Domestic violence fees in opposition to Foster have reportedly been dropped.
Domestic violence fees in opposition to NFL linebacker Reuben Foster have reportedly been dropped, in line with a report by TMZ.
Foster’s lawyer, Eddie Suarez, tells the outlet he believes the case was dropped after Foster’s ex-girlfriend, Elissa Ennis, modified her story a couple of earlier home violence incident a number of occasions.
Foster, who was arrested on November 24 for allegedly assaulting Ennis on the 49ers’ crew lodge in Tampa Bay, was launched by the crew and later claimed by the Washington Redskins. That stated, the 24-year previous linebacker continues to be on the commissioner’s exempt record and stays ineligible to play.
Foster had been charged with three felonies earlier this 12 months, together with home violence, after Ennis informed police he brutally assaulted her in California. However, she later recanted her story.
As seen within the December GMA interview embedded under, Ennis says she was mendacity when she recanted her claims of home abuse as a result of she beloved Foster.
Additionally, she claimed the 49ers tried to discredit her when police arrived on the lodge in Tampa again in November.
“Because I beloved him, and love could have you doin’ issues that is not in your greatest pursuits,” Ennis stated when requested why she recanted. “I did what I needed to do for the individual I like. I believed that he would change.”
“Even once I referred to as the police, the 49ers got here up there,” Ennis stated (H/T ESPN). “… I’ve footage of the 49ers arising there attempting to speak to the police telling them I am the identical ex-girlfriend that arrange there and lied.”