Now-former Arizona Wildcats running back Orlando Bradford was arrested Wednesday and immediately dismissed from the team.
The former three-star recruit from Shreveport, Louisiana was facing seven felony charges — three for domestic violence kidnapping and four for domestic violence aggravated assault.
The details of the incidents were sickening, as they were reportedly sparked by a car scratch and a Frosty (yes, the frozen dessert from Wendy’s), but apparently the trouble doesn’t stop there for Bradford.
On Thursday, a second woman came forward and alleged that Bradford had assaulted her multiple times in the past, according to a report from Tucson News Now.
The report states that police interviewed the woman and determined her allegations were legitimate, and now Bradford is facing four additional aggravated assault charges, making it 11 charges in total.
Bradford is currently being held at Pima County Jail on a $40,000 bond — a $20,000 increase because of the four added charges — and his next court date is on Sept. 26.