Ex-NBA Orien Greene broke into two south FL homes before kissing sleeping woman, rubbing buttocks

By JAMES WILKINSON FOR DAILYMAIL.COM

Former Celtics guard Orien Greene has been arrested on suspicion of illegally entering into two homes in his girlfriend’s Florida neighborhood, then peeping on the sleeping women inside – and molesting one of them.

Greene, 34, was picked up by Pembroke Pines police Monday after entering the two homes near Flamingo West Drive, both of which had been left unlocked.

The player is then alleged to have stared at the first woman as she slept, but actively kissed and ‘rubbed the buttocks’ of the second woman, according to a police report obtained by TMZ.

Exactly what Greene had been doing prior to the alleged trespasses is not clear.

But according to police, early on Monday morning he entered the home of a 56-year-old woman and went to the master bedroom, where he watched her sleeping.

He then left and went to a second home right across the road and found a second woman, aged 40, who was also asleep.

The player allegedly kissed the sleeping woman on the neck and ‘rubbed her butt’, the report said.

After she woke up and began to shout at the intruder, Greene reportedly fled the scene and went to his girlfriend’s house, which is nearby.

Greene was arrested and booked on charges of felony burglary and misdemeanor battery.

The women are ‘in fear of their lives’, WSVN reported.

A neighbor told the station: ‘It’s ridiculous because I feel bad. We even pay for our guards and everything.’

‘I’m sorry to say that, but if it’s like that, how can we feel safe anymore? It’s really scary.’

Ex-pro: Greene (seen in 2005) allegedly watched the first woman sleeping before leaving, but kissed the second woman's neck and rubbed her buttocks

Greene was bailed on $30,000 bond and fitted with an ankle monitor. He has been told not to contact the victims.

The former pro was a second-draft pick for the Boston Celtics in 2005 but was later waived and picked up by the Indiana Pacers. He has also played with the Sacramento Kings and a number of non-US teams.

In 2010 he received a two-year ban, backdated to 2009, for trying to cheat drug tests.

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