Philadelphia Eagles rookie offensive lineman Josh Sills is an early frontrunner for biggest P.O.S in 2023.
Yesterday, it was announced that the former West Virginia and Oklahoma State player had been indicted on rape and kidnapping charges, only 10 days away from the Super Bowl against Kansas City.
Ohio prosecutors said the indictment stems from an incident that occurred back on December 5th, 2019, in Guernsey County, Ohio.
Officials said the rookie reserve lineman:
“Engaged in sexual activity that was not consensual and held a victim against her will.”
And today, we’re learning some more of the horrific details from the night Sills committed the crimes.
According to the New York Post, a police report stated that Sills allegedly forced a woman to perform oral sex on him for “approximately 20 minutes” in his truck around 2 AM, “until he did his thing.”
Due to the force, the woman sustained bruises in the back of her throat, lips, mouth, ear and on the back of her leg.
The report also stated that Sills had given her and her cousin a ride home, and that he had known her since childhood. The two also attended high school together.
She told the police that Sills grabbed her by the arm and pulled her back in as her cousin exited the vehicle. The report said her cousin:
“Did not think anything of it and shut the door and walked into the house.”
Sills allegedly attempted to kiss her, and then threw her down on the seat and tried to unbutton her pants. When she told him to stop, over and over, he then grabbed her by the neck, and pulled her on top of him, and said:
“She was doing this and was not leaving until she did this.”
Sills then made her perform oral sex.
The woman then asked him if she could leave, and he allegedly threatened her, saying:
“You will talk to me again.”
Good Lord…. bury this man under the jail.
Sills is scheduled to appear in court on February 16th, four days after the Eagles and Chiefs square off in the Super Bowl.
The Eagles shared in a statement:
“The organization is aware of the legal matter involving Josh Sills. We have been in communication with the league office and are in the process of gathering more information. We have no further comment at this time.”
The 25-year-old reserve rookie appeared in one regular season game against the Arizona Cardinals on October 9th, playing four snaps on special teams.