For the second time in three months, Florida Gators freshman Justin Watkins found himself in trouble with the law.
UF Police on Tuesday arrested Watkins, 19, on four charges: a third-degree felony charge of kidnapping/false imprisonment, a third-degree charge of domestic battery by strangulation and two counts of misdemeanor battery.
Watkins has since been suspended from all team activities.
According to a UF Police Department arrest report, Watkins slapped, punched a choked a woman while holding her down on a bed July 20. He then blocked the door to his dorm room.
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According to the report, the woman sprayed Watkins with mace in order to escape.
According to a first appearance order, his bail was set at $40,000.
Watkins was previously arrested in May after he reportedly broke a female’s phone and kicked her car in Marion County.
Watkins, a four-star prospect in the 2018 recruiting class, enrolled at UF in June for the school’s Summer B semester.