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Four-star Florida Gators freshman Justin Watkins was arrested this week for the second time in the last three months and has been suspended indefinitely by head coach Dan Mullen. Per ESPN:

According to Alachua County inmate records, Watkins was booked Tuesday on third-degree felony charges of kidnapping/false imprisonment and domestic battery by strangulation. He also was charged with two first-degree misdemeanor battery counts.

According to Alachua County court records, no bail has been set yet for Watkins, who recently enrolled at Florida.

"Justin Watkins has been suspended immediately from team activities," coach Dan Mullen said in a statement through a team spokesman.
Back in May Watkins was arrested for allegedly kicking a woman's car and breaking her cellphone. He was booked with trespassing upon grounds of a public school.

Filed Under: Florida Sports
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FieldMink71 months
Looks like we'll be seeing him on Last Chance U season 4
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tigerbutt71 months
"kidnapping/false imprisonment and domestic battery by strangulation" Jesus
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luciouslou71 months
once they start winning on the field, and committing felonies off it, we will know the gators are back
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LaBR471 months
These players deserve a 6 game suspension and should not return to the team until Oct. 7th
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TDFreak71 months
The Gators are BACK!
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BobABooey71 months
Remember when Tha U and FSU used to be the poster children for disciplinary problems in that state?
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LSUsince7471 months
I just don't see Mullen doing any better than the shark humper
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