Former USC quarterback Todd Marinovich has been arrested in Orange County, according to USA Today.
Former NFL and USC quarterback Todd Marinovich is back in jail after being arrested in Orange County last week. https://t.co/a1H3pJnLPl
— USA TODAY Sports (@usatodaysports) April 1, 2018
From USA Today:
Marinovich, who got local attention in September by playing for the desert’s developmental football team, the SoCal Coyotes, was arrested March 19 and released after posting bail, according to Orange County jail records. He was arrested again March 23 and remains in custody at the Central Men’s Jail in Santa Ana — the same city where he was a high school football star at Mater Dei.
No further details on why he was arrested were available, but Marinovich was in the middle of a two-year probation sentence handed last March after his notorious August 2016 arrest where he was found naked wandering in a stranger’s backyard in Irvine with a paper bag full of drugs and syringes and his wallet.
Marinovich famously starred for the Trojans for two years, leading USC to a Rose Bowl win in 1990 over Michigan. He was also a first round NFL draft pick.