Reuben Foster’s Ex Shares Details Of Alleged Assault

Woman who accused Reuben Foster of slapping her questions role San Francisco 49ers had in police investigation

Woman who accused Reuben Foster of slapping her questions role San Francisco 49ers had in police investigation

Ennis took the witness stand during the preliminary hearing in May and testified that she lied about her initial domestic claim in order to ruin Foster's career after he said he was breaking up with her.

She claims he flew her there so that they could work on their tumultuous relationship.

After his November arrest, the 49ers, which signed him for $9million in 2017 on a four year deal when he was 23, released him, describing the incident as "disappointing".

Elissa Ennis told "Good Morning America" in an interview that aired Thursday that she felt that police officers didn't believe her after she called 911 from a Tampa, Florida, hotel on November 24 and that the 49ers told police she was the same woman who previously recanted allegations against Foster.

The ex-girlfriend of Washington Redskins linebacker Reuben Foster described the deteriorating state of her on-and-off relationship with the National Football League player that ultimately led to his release from the San Francisco 49ers last month. Foster. Ennis' 911 call came from Room 627.

"When he got signed, I was like, I can't believe somebody picked him up".

Elissa Ennis, his accuser, told ABC and Good Morning America she had the same reaction, calling it another "slap in the face".

"I told him I was going to tell his new girlfriend that he paid for my flight out there, so that's what triggered it".

A criminal report affidavit obtained by ABC News said that Foster allegedly slapped Ennis's "phone out of her hand, pushed her in the chest area and slapped her with an open hand on the right side of her face".

Officers observed an inch-long scratch on the side of Ennis's left collarbone and took Foster into custody, police said.

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She alleged that it was one of many attacks he subjected her to during their relationship.

Ennis alleged she sustained a concussion from the slap from the 6ft tall, 16-stone linebacker. No arrest was made following the October incident in Santa Clara.

"We both were seeing therapists and stuff, trying to work on our relationship", she said. "That's what I did what I did - because I loved him".

'Love will have you doing things that aren't in your best interests. "I thought that he would change", Ennis said of her decision to tell a judge she made up the story. "So I was like, "I can't believe you - you're back to doin' this'".

'I was not telling the truth.

The 49ers have not commented on Ennis' claims.

They got involved when deputies arrived and told them that she was the same woman who had "lied" about him abusing her in February. He was later released on $2,000 bail. Niners general manager John Lynch said at the time that Foster was "not living up to what we had communicated and to the energy and the time that we've invested in him". However, she later recanted her story.

'We care a lot about Reuben and I can tell you that it was a situation where we laid down some very specific ground rules for Reuben, as we do for all of the players. The charges against Foster were eventually dropped.

Ennis said her original account to authorities was what actually happened before Foster's February arrest. Foster and the 49ers were preparing to play the Buccaneers the next day.

He has not commented since his arrest and the Redskins did not return DailyMail.com's inquiries on Thursday morning.

Foster is scheduled for arraignment January 3.

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