Reuben Foster's ex says she fabricated domestic violence claims

Reuben Foster's Domestic Violence Accuser Comes Clean:

Reuben Foster's Domestic Violence Accuser Comes Clean: "I Was Going to F—k Up His Career"

Ennis also described her actions as "a money scheme", and said that after Foster was arrested, she took $8,000 in cash and two Rolex watches that belonged to him while returning to her home state of Louisiana. When she was cross-examined by Foster's attorney, Ennis said she made a similar false accusation seven years ago and spent time in jail because of it. "I told him, 'I'm going to f-k your s-t up, '" Ennis said.

"(Foster) did not strike her, injure her or threaten her", said Rickard, who added that Foster tried to end his relationship with Ennis after he learned of the fight.

The San Francisco Chronicle reported that Ennis recanted her allegations towards Foster whereas testifying at a preliminary listening to in San Jose. In a statement released to NFL.com, Rickard said her client's injuries were sustained during a fight she had with another woman. Foster appears poised to be exonerated. May. Two police officers and a motorist who gave Ennis his phone to call 911 took the stand Thursday.

After Foster told her that he wanted to break up, Ennis explained Thursday, she responded by telling him she was 'going to f*** your s*** up and make sure you don't have a job tomorrow'. Two months later, accuser Elissa Ennis, the linebacker's ex-girlfriend, admitted that he had never hit her.

When Ennis returned to the home she shared with Foster, she attempted to tell him about the altercation.

The defense is arguing Ennis injuries aren't consistent with the charges.




Ennis on Thursday recanted all of those allegations, though the Bay Area News Group report noted inconsistencies in her testimony.

San Francisco 49ers linebacker Reuben Foster, right, arrives with his attorney Joshua Bentley at Santa Clara County Superior Court, Thursday, May 17, 2018, in San Jose.

The saga surrounding former Alabama star Reuben Foster's felony charge of domestic violence is getting stranger and stranger. Nor is her testimony credible, he argued.

Why did she do so, and why would she initially lie to police, she was asked?

Foster has not been allowed to participate in the 49ers' offseason program while dealing with the case.

The judge in the case, Nona Klippen, said she would rule next week on whether enough evidence had been established to move forward to a jury trial, which would take place in July.

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