Kellen Winslow‘s rape case is now set to go to trial — he faces life in prison — and today the judge finally set bail at $2 million.
Thursday’s hearing was a win of sorts for the former NFL tight end who’s been locked up ever since he was arrested on June 14 on suspicion of raping 2 women in the San Diego area.
Now, Winslow can post bail and leave jail. A trial date has not yet been set.
As TMZ Sports previously reported … Winslow was initially hit with nine criminal charges after prosecutors say he picked up 2 hitchhiking transients, drove them to an isolated location and raped them.
Prosecutors also say Winslow entered a mobile home park on two occasions with the intent to rape elderly women.
He was previously charged with 2 counts of residential burglary — but those have now been thrown out.
For his part, Winslow has plead not guilty to all charges.