Former Raiders and 49ers linebacker Aldon Smith was being held in San Francisco County Jail on Sunday on half of million dollars bond, according to county jail records.
Aldon Smith was booked into jail Friday evening for violating a condition of his electronic monitoring while on bail, San Francisco Sheriff’s Department spokeswoman Nancy Crowley said Sunday.
Smith, 28, had been arrested March 23 for violating a court order to stay away from a victim in an alleged domestic violence incident earlier that month. Smith was released and placed under electronic monitoring. SF Gate reported.
At the time of the March 23 arrest, officials said Smith had contacted the victim in the March 3 incident. The contact prompted police to issue a warrant for his arrest, and Smith turned himself in the same day.
In the March 3 incident, Smith allegedly assaulted the woman in residence on the 600 block of Bush Street, fleeing before police arrived. He turned himself in and was booked into jail three days later, immediately posting $30,000 bail.
Former 49ers linebacker pleaded not guilty to domestic violence, assault, false imprisonment and vandalism charges at a March 12 hearing, where a San Francisco Superior Court judge issued the protective order barring him from contacting the victim.
The Raiders released Aldon Smith shortly after the March 3 incident, the latest in a series of brushes with the law.
In 2012, while he was with the 49ers, Smith was arrested for drunken driving and entered a diversion program in exchange for having the charges reduced.
He was accused of driving under the influence of marijuana in September 2013 after crashing into a tree in San Jose.
Smith was released by the 49ers after he was arrested and charged with DUI, hit-and-run, and vandalism in Santa Clara County in August 2015. He signed with the Raiders a month later.