Washington Redskins’ Albert Haynesworth was federally charged on April 26 on a misdemeanor count of sexual abuse, according to reports.

The Associated Press reports that a grand jury indicted Haynesworth, 29, for allegedly fondling the breast of his server in a hotel restaurant located in downtown Washington, D.C. during early morning hours on Feb. 13. Haynesworth attorney, A. Scott Bolden, told AP the charge is disappointing and regretful.

“We maintain his innocence, and now the fight begins,” said Bolden, who claims there are several witnesses that will vouch that the alleged abuse charge never occurred.

But according to the AP, U.S. attorney’s office says the government has evidence that proves Haynesworth slid a credit card down the front of the server’s dress and caressed her breast. If convicted, the 2-time Pro Bowl defensive tackle could receive a six-month prison sentence and a $1,000 fine.

But that’s not the only legal troubles Haynesworth is currently facing. He was arrested on an assault charge in Virginia back in February for allegedly punching a man during a road-rage incident, and is expected to go to trial for the charge in May, according to the AP.

Haynesworth, currently in the third year of a seven-year, $100 million contract with the Redskins, also had issues on the football field; he skipped offseason workouts in 2010 and argued with Redskins head coach Mike Shanahan throughout the entire season about his position play, which eventually led to him being suspended without pay for the last four games of the season. He is expected to be released by Washington once the current NFL lockout officially settles.