A judge on Monday denied bail for former NFL safety Darren Sharper, who is accused of drugging and raping two women he met at a West Hollywood nightclub.
Since Sharper's arrest in January, the Miami resident has been accused of raping women in Nevada, Louisiana and Arizona.
Sharper is accused of drugging 11 women in four states, and raping seven of them, officials said. In February, prosecutors pushed to have Sharper's bail raised to $10 million.
He is due back in court April 15.
Prosecutors said last month that Sharper met two women at a West Hollywood nightclub on Oct. 30, 2013, and invited them to another party. On the way, Sharper allegedly told them he had to stop by his Los Angeles hotel room and invited both women up, officials said.
While there, he allegedly gave each woman alcohol with zolpidem and morphine, prosecutors said.
The women passed out.
One of them allegedly woke up naked hours later with Sharper sexually assaulting her, officials said.
The second woman allegedly awoke and “interrupted his actions,” prosecutors said.
The two women then left the hotel.
On Jan. 14, Sharper met two separate women at the same West Hollywood nightclub and invited them to a party, prosecutors said.
Stopping at his hotel, he allegedly invited both up to his room, offered them a shot, and each passed out.
When they woke up hours later on Jan. 15, one woman believed she’d been sexually assaulted.
Both women left his hotel and sought medical treatment.
He was arrested Jan. 17 and released on $200,000 bail.
If convicted in the Los Angeles case, Sharper could face up to 30 years in prison. His lawyer believes Sharper will be "fully exonerated."
The 38-year-old played for the Green Bay Packers, Minnesota Vikings and the New Orelans Saints during a 14-year NFL career.