Former Oakland Raiders linebacker Aldon Smith showed up in court again on Wednesday, after arriving to the sheriff’s department extremely drunk on Friday.
Smith pleaded not guilty to assault, domestic violence and false imprisonment after San Francisco police responded to a domestic violence incident on March 3. He was nowhere to be seen when police arrived at Bush and Stockton streets but turned himself in three days later, Bay City News reports.
A Superior Court judge ordered the 28-year-old to be placed on an ankle monitor system — which detects alcohol through sweat — after he allegedly violated an order protecting him from the victim. When he arrived to the San Francisco Sheriff’s Department on Friday, his blood-alcohol content was .40, which is five times California’s legal driving limit, prosecutors said in court on Tuesday.
Before Smith surrendered himself in March, the Oakland Raiders released him from the team. He also played for the San Francisco 49ers in 2011 but was released in 2015 after he was arrested for a DUI hit-and-run in Santa Clara.
Smith is being held on $500,000 bail and is set to appear in court on Friday. The judge may decide to place him in an in-custody residential treatment center.