BALTIMORE, MD - JANUARY 15: Ray Lewis #52 of the Baltimore Ravens looks on from the bench during the AFC Divisional playoff game against the Houston Texans at M&T Bank Stadium on January 15, 2012 in Baltimore, Maryland. Baltimore won 20-13 in regulation. (Photo by Patrick McDermott/Getty Images)
In late July of last year, reports surfaced that former Bengals linebacker Nate Webster faced several chargers for "allegedly engaging in a relationship with an underage girl"; a seven-count indictment that included "unlawful sexual conduct with a minor, one count of sexual battery and one count of gross sexual imposition".
Webster was 31 years old while the minor was only 15 when the relationship reportedly began in June 2009, lasting nearly two years. When it ended in March 2011, Webster reportedly threatened to kill the girl and her entire family if anyone spoke about the relationship. And make it even more creepy-like, according to the Associated Press, the girl was a teenage daughter of a former Bengals assistant coach.
The trial is set to begin this week with jury selection taking place on Monday and opening statements on Tuesday. Now according to Kimball Perry with the Cincinnati Enquirer, Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis was issued a subpoena, which requires him to testify. The reasoning behind the subpoena wasn't explained and quite frankly we're too creeped out to offer a guess.