Kellen Winslow II (right) with one of his defense attorneys, Brian Watkins (left). John Gibbins / San Diego Union-Tribune
A day after a Vista judge agreed to set bail for Kellen Winslow II, who is accused of kidnapping and rape, the former NFL player posted bond and was released from jail Friday morning, July 13.
Winslow had been jailed without bail since his arrest June 14. But on Thursday, July 12, following a one-and-a half-day preliminary hearing, Superior Court Judge Harry Elias set bail at $2 million with conditions for Winslow II, who is the son of legendary Chargers tight-end Kellen Winslow.
The younger Winslow, who was released about 11 a.m. July...