Jackson, 22, was dismissed from the team after turning himself into police according to the report.
Jackson was charged with sexual battery and false imprisonment.
According to the Tampa Bay Times, the woman told police that Jackson, a 6-foot-4, 248-pound defensive end, was pressuring her to shower with him while the two were at her Hillsborough County, Fla., home.
Afterward, Jackson drove the woman to a nearby pharmacy to purchase an emergency contraceptive and ordered her to take it in his presence before dropping him off at his on-campus dorm in USF's Holly Apartments, the agency said. Those were the same charges filed against him during a May 1 arrest.
The athlete allegedly forced the woman into her bedroom against her will, pushed her onto the bed and straddled her, the arrest warrant states.
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Jackson turned himself in at Orient Road Jail Wednesday and was charged with sexual battery and false imprisonment - the same charges he faces in the earlier case.
Former USF defensive end LaDarrius Jackson is in trouble with the law again. Sheriff's officials say the alleged victim in the March case is NOT the same woman involved in last week's case.
It is also worth noting that Jackson was initially slated to fly home with the spring semester coming to a close when he was contacted by the authorities and ultimately detained at the airport the first time around. During Jackson's first court appearance Thursday, Hillsborough County circuit court judge Margaret Taylor - a USF graduate - said she was "embarrassed and ashamed" of being an alum and questioned whether or not Strong had control of his program.
Jackson was released from county jail on a $9,500 bond after he was booked Wednesday afternoon.