University of South Florida football player charged in second sexual battery case

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Former University of South Florida football player LaDarrius Jackson was arrested for the second time within the month after a second woman accused him of sexually assaulting her, according to the Tampa Bay Times.

Today, the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office announced new sexual battery and false imprisonment charges from a separate incident against LaDarrius Jackson.

Jackson was charged with sexual battery and false imprisonment by the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office on Wednesday, stemming from an incident in March.

This is the second set of charges brought against the 22-year-old Jackson.

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.

Afterward, detectives say Jackson had her drive him to a nearby pharmacy to get an emergency contraceptive, which he made her take in front of him. He had been suspended from team activities after the first arrest. A USF spokesperson confirmed that he has been dismissed from the football team. Jackson later forced her into her dorm room after she placed her hands on a wall in an attempt to stop him, she told detectives.

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An original arrest report released by the program, via the Tampa Bay Times, mentioned that the defensive end forced a female victim to perform sexual acts despite verbal refutes.

The next day, Taylor recused herself from the criminal case.

Jackson has turned himself in to authorities and is being held at the Orient Road Jail.

Jackson was released from jail Wednesday afternoon after posting a $9,500 bond.

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.