Former NFL Player Accused Of Breaking Into Mansion, Taking Bath In Fountain

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Former NFL cornerback Stanley Wilson Jr. was arrested after reportedly breaking into a Hollywood Hills mansion and taking a bath in an outdoor fountain, Los Angeles Police Department sources told to TMZ Sports on Friday (September 2).

Wilson, 39, was charged with two felony counts of vandalism and one count of second-degree burglary, the sources confirmed.

The former cornerback is accused of breaking into the $30 million home on two separate occasions, with the most recent incident taking place on August 24.

Wilson reportedly moved and damaged items -- with an estimated $5,000 worth of damages committed -- before taking a bath in an outside fountain with soap he found inside the home, according to TMZ Sports.

LAPD sources told TMZ Sports that Wilson doesn't have ties to the property or its homeowners.

Wilson was previously arrested on the same charges for an earlier break-in at the home, according to LAPD sources.

The California native had previously attempted to break into a Portland, Oregon home while naked in June 2016, which resulted in him being shot in the abdomen.

Wilson was also arrested for walking around naked in a Portland neighborhood in January 2017.

The former cornerback was sentenced to 10 days in jail, as well as three years probation and mandatory drug treatment for the 2016 incident before once again breaking into a home while naked just five days after his sentencing.

Wilson, who played for the Detroit Lions for three seasons, is the son of former Cincinnati Bengals running back Stanley Wilson Sr.

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