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Ex-high school athlete facing more abuse claims

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 An ex-Central Texas high school football player who had been accused earlier this month of sexually assaulting a 4-year-old boy is facing another similar charge.

   Gregory Kelley had been charged with aggravated sexual assault of a child after a 4-year-old boy accused Kelley of having inappropriate contact with him at an in-home daycare in Cedar Park, located about 20 miles north of Austin.

   The police have charged Kelley with indecency with a child after a second 4-year-old boy at the same daycare came forward.

   The 18-year-old Kelley is a senior at a high school in the nearby town of Leander. He is free on bond.

   Kelley's former football coach at Leander, Clint Harper, says the teenager has been "through a number of trials" this past year.

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