By: Will Burchfield

Ex-Lions cornerback Stanley Wilson II was arrested last week for “running around” naked outside a stranger’s home in Portland, Ore. It’s the second time he’s been arrested without clothes on in the past eight months.

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According to OregonLive, Wilson appeared to be high when Portland police arrived at the scene after receiving a disturbance call on Jan. 10. When he told officers he lived nearby, the address he provided wasn’t on file. Wilson is being held at the Multnomah County Detention Center on $160,000 bail, per the report.

In June, Wilson allegedly attempted to break into a Southwest Portland home through a window before being shot in the abdomen. He was later found naked in a nearby water fountain.

Wilson, 33 at the time, now 34, was charged with first-degree burglary, attempted first-degree burglary, second-degree criminal trespass, second-degree disorderly conduct and aggravated harassment. After receiving treatment at a hospital and later posting bail, he pleaded not guilty to all charges. The case is ongoing.

Wilson does not face any new charges from his latest incident.

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Drafted in the third round by the Lions in the 2005 draft, Wilson, a product of Stanford University, played in Detroit for three seasons. He saw action in 32 games, starting in nine. He retired in 2008 due to injury.