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Ex-Celtic Orien Greene Accused Of Breaking Into Homes, Fondling Woman Ex-Celtics star Orien Greene Arrested, Accused of Breaking And Entering, Fondling Woman - CHARLOTTE, NC - NOVEMBER 5: Orien Greene #0 of the Boston Celtics moves the ball during a game against the Charlotte Bobcats on opening night at the Charlotte Coliseum on November 5, 2005 in Charlotte, North Carolina. The Bobcats won 107-105. (Photo by Craig Jones/Getty Images) Full view

CHARLOTTE, NC - NOVEMBER 5: Orien Greene #0 of the Boston Celtics moves the ball during a game against the Charlotte Bobcats on opening night at the Charlotte Coliseum on November 5, 2005 in Charlotte, North Carolina. The Bobcats won 107-105. (Photo by Craig Jones/Getty Images)

Ex-Celtic Orien Greene Accused Of Breaking Into Homes, Fondling Woman

Former NBA star Orien Greene has been arrested after being accused of breaking into two Florida homes and fondling a woman.

Ex-Celtic Orien Greene Accused Of Breaking Into Homes, Fondling Woman

Several news outlets report 34-year-old former Boston Celtic Orien Greene was taken into custody on Monday on battery and burglary charges.

According to police, Greene entered the first Pembroke Pines home through an unlocked door and went into a bedroom where a woman was sleeping.

A police report states Greene then left and walked to a second home, which he entered through a garage. There, police stated, Greene rubbed and kissed a woman.

The woman awoke and yelled at Greene, who fled to his girlfriend’s house.

Greene, who attended the University of Florida for two years before transferring to Louisianna-Lafayette, also played with the Indiana Pacers, Sacramento Kings, and New Jersey (now Brooklyn) nets. He also played overseas in Spain, Israel and the Netherlands.

It remains unclear whether or not Greene has an attorney.

He recently signed with Guaros de Lara in Venezuela.

CHARLOTTE, NC – NOVEMBER 5: Orien Greene #0 of the Boston Celtics moves the ball during a game against the Charlotte Bobcats on opening night at the Charlotte Coliseum on November 5, 2005 in Charlotte, North Carolina. The Bobcats won 107-105. (Photo by Craig Jones/Getty Images)

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