Violent man attacks woman outside night club | Crime
St. Petersburg, Florida -- A man with a history of attacking women who refuse his advances at clubs was arrested again Wednesday morning for attacking another woman.
According to St. Pete Police, around 2 a.m., 31-year-old James Wilborn, Jr. attempted to make advances toward an 18-year-old woman. She turned him down and left the Scene Night Club.
Police say Wilborn then followed the woman out of the club and hit her in the head with a beer glass, knocking her to the ground.
Officers outside the club quickly arrested Wilborn who fought with police and momentarily broke free before he was subdued.
Wilborn, of 5th Avenue S, is being charged with Aggravated Battery, Resisting with Violence and Attempted Escape.
He was previously arrested in January 2010 and 2011 for assaulting women who denied his advances.
In 2010, he lifted up a woman's dress who was walking on Central Avenue with a friend after they left State Theatre. When the woman told him to leave her alone, he punched her in the face. He was taken down by nearby witnesses and charged with several counts of felony battery.
In 2011, he stabbed a woman multiple times after she slapped him when he pulled up her dress while her and a friend were outside Push Lounge. Wilborn was arrested a month later after a video was released of the incident. He was charged with Aggravated Battery with a Weapon.
Wilborn was out on bond for the 2011 attack during Wednesday morning's incident. He also has a prior conviction for 2nd Degree Murder.