Young's parents previously had declined to provide the bond because they wanted to get him "anchored" and deal with his personality disorder, the Detroit Free Press reported.
Those close to Young have been trying to get him to seek professional help for more than a year. He declined the NFL's counseling offer "multiple times," and his high school football coach has been pushing for help for months, noting that Young didn't even know he was released by the St. Louis Rams in February.
During a previous court appearance, Young refused to address the judge. He is due in court June 24 after his attorney successfully motioned for a psychiatrist to evaluate his client.
We certainly hope he finally accepts the help he so desperately needs.
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