Former New Orleans Saints safety Darren Sharper is accused of committing seven rapes and 11 acts of drugging in four separate states, according to the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office, who made a Friday court filing.
Prosecutors in the court filing asked for the judge to set Sharper's bond at $10 million. The judge postponed ruling on request of the prosecutors, with a hearing set for February 20th.
Sharper has already been charged with two drugging-rapes in Los Angeles, and he's been free out in public on a $200,000 bond since his original January 17th arrest.
It seems a can of worms has been opened for Sharper, with new files highlighting accusations against the Saints' Super Bowl winner across the US.
In addition to the LA case, there are troubles ahead for Sharper regarding accusations in New Orleans, Arizona and Las Vegas.