HASTINGS, Mich. (WZZM) -- Chad Curtis, the former Major League Baseball player already facing five criminal sexual conduct charges for alleged acts involving teenage girls, is facing a new CSC charge.
Curtis appeared in court in Hastings Monday, where he was formally charged with second-degree CSC. A judge set his bond at $100,000.
Prosecutors say a new victim came forward, alleging Curtis had inappropriate contact with her.
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The original charges, filed in May, stemmed from the allegations of two students at Lakewood High School near Lake Odessa, where Curtis worked as a volunteer. The girls accused Curtis of touching them inappropriately in a weight room.
Curtis played for six teams in his MLB career, including the Detroit Tigers. He won two World Series rings with the New York Yankees.