Former South Florida DE LaDarrius Jackson again arrested on sexual assault charge

Former South Florida DE LaDarrius Jackson again arrested on sexual assault charge

Former South Florida DE LaDarrius Jackson again arrested on sexual assault charge

A former University of South Florida football player who was arrested for an on-campus sexual battery last week is back in jail after being arrested for another alleged assault this past March.

According to the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office, the latest report of an assault occurred during a visit to a woman's Hillsborough County home March 27.

The woman says she attempted to prevent that by putting her hands on the walls.

This is the second sexual assault he's accused of this month.

She spurned his advances and tried to leave the bathroom but 6 foot 4 Jackson blocked the door with his 248-pound frame, police said.

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Jackson grabbed her, forcefully removed her clothing against her will and committed sexual battery, authorities said. She questioned whether coach Charlie Strong had control of his football team, and if continuing as coach of the USF program was the best decision for everyone involved.

The woman immediately reported the incident to university housing staff and Jackson was arrested later that night at Tampa International Airport. He was dismissed from the team after this arrest. Taylor later recused herself from the case. Police say Jackson and the woman, in that case, were acquaintances.

On Wednesday he turned himself in for further charges - this time for assaulting a woman in her bathroom and then ordering her to buy emergency contraceptive and drive him back to his campus.

A judge presiding over the first court appearance of Jackson not only had harsh words for the athlete, but challenged Strong's leadership of the program.

Jackson was released from county jail on a $9,500 bond less than an hour after he was booked Wednesday afternoon, according to the Times. Stay with tampabay.com for updates.

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