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Reuben Foster's ex falsely accused another man of domestic violence in 2011

17 May 2018, 11:35 | Charlene Valdez

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

Elissa Ennis former girlfriend of San Francisco 49ers linebacker Reuben Foster center walks out of Santa Clara County Superior Court with her attorney Stephanie Rickard left after testifying

In court, Ennis denied that she was being offered money to recant her story, and maintained the incident was an effort to ruin Foster's career in retaliation for breaking up with her, according to Bay Area News Group.

Ennis, who was emotional throughout her roughly two-hour testimony, said she made up her initial allegations that Foster dragged her by her hair out of their home, spit on her, threw their dog and punched her eight to 10 times the morning of February 11 at their home in Los Gatos.

Video of the incident taken from social media has been used as evidence for the case.

In her original report, Ennis told police that she and Foster had been arguing the night before and he had become angry and thrown her dog across the room.

Elissa Ennis former girlfriend of San Francisco 49ers linebacker Reuben Foster center walks out of Santa Clara County Superior Court with her attorney Stephanie Rickard rear after testifying

In the statement from Ennis' attorney Stphanie Rickard that recanted her accusation, Rickard said the injuries Ennis suffered were from a fight Ennis had with another woman. The injuries were initially pinned on Foster. According to Inman, Ennis testified that she falsely accused an ex-boyfriend of domestic assault in 2011. "No, sir. Not once", she said. She also said the fight with the other woman was recorded on camera.

Ennis at one point broke down in tears, saying, "I'm sorry". "I apologize to everybody". Inman reports that she went on to say that it was all about money. By the end of the day, Judge Klippen is expected to rule on whether any or all of the charges will continue to a jury trial, which would take place in July. Ennis testified that all of those allegations were lies on Thursday morning.

On Thursday, Foster was back in court for a preliminary hearing on his domestic violence, criminal threats, and weapons charges. Foster is facing up to 11 years in prison if fully convicted and was released on $75,000 bail when he was charged in April.

According to Inman, Ennis testified that she "was threatening Reuben" and that she was "going to f-k up his career" over their breakup.




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