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09 May 2018, 12:37 | Nina Mathis
John Lynch Issues Statement on 49ers LB Reuben Foster
Clark said Ennis could be putting herself at risk by admitting she fabricated her initial story, but that he didn't think the district attorney's office would file charges against her. He could face 11 years in prison if convicted on all charges. It remains to be seen whether authorities will go ahead with the charges or drop them. Police charged him with a felony domestic violence charge, a felony charge of attempting to prevent a victim from reporting a crime, and a felony charge for possessing an assault weapon. Ennis was reportedly trying to call 911 with her cell phone as she ran out of the house, but she stumbled and fell, at which point she told police Foster picked up the phone and smashed it.
The ex-girlfriend of Reuben Foster initially told responding police that the San Francisco 49ers linebacker had physically thrown her out of his residence and struck her several times.
Ennis has said through her attorney that she initially lied about Foster hitting her on the morning of February 11 and that the injuries documented by police, including a ruptured eardrum and swollen lip, were suffered in a previous fight with a woman. The incident reports made public this week revealed Ennis was bleeding from her swollen lips, had scrapes on her leg and bruises on her back. She also had a ruptured eardrum. The report also includes the allegation that Foster threw Ennis' dog across a room during an earlier argument, but it is not clear whether her retraction applies to her entire account of what happened on February 11 or just the assault accusation.
Police found two weapons in Foster's residence.
Police also stated in their report that Foster's home smelled of marijuana, and that besides the rifle, they found a loaded.38 caliber revolver.
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More details have emerged about the domestic violence complaint against 49ers linebacker Reuben Foster, including a previously unreported allegation that he threw his ex-girlfriend's dog across a room. All three are felonies.
Due to the addition of the video evidence, Foster's plea hearing was delayed until May 8.
Foster, meanwhile, has not taken part in any of the 49ers' offseason program as he and the team awaits legal resolution. The team has said it will cut him if it's proven he hit Ennis, and he still could face at least a six-week National Football League suspension based on its domestic-violence policy. Lynch did add that "patience is the right approach right now". It also gives the the Santa Clara County District Attorney's Office less time to build their case in time for the hearing.
Last year, the 49ers brass released Tramaine Brock one day after he was involved in an alleged domestic violence incident, a case that was later dismissed.
"We can promise you guys, if there's someone who ever hits their significant other, girlfriends, some person like that, that person is not going to be on our team", Shanahan said on April 26.