Charges against 49ers’ Reuben Foster dropped in domestic violence case | The Sacramento Bee

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Charges against 49ers' Reuben Foster dropped in domestic violence case | The Sacramento Bee

The domestic violence case against 49ers linebacker Reuben Foster will not go to trial, Santa Clara County Judge Nona Klippen announced Wednesday afternoon.

Klippen dismissed two charges against Foster, domestic violence with an allegation that he inflicted great bodily injury and forcefully attempting to prevent a victim from reporting a crime. The charge of possession of an assault weapon was reduced to a misdemeanor.

Last week, Foster’s ex-girlfriend, Elissa Ennis, testified for two hours, saying multiple times that Foster didn’t hit her and that she concocted the first story she told police because she was furious that he was going to end their relationship.

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SUBSCRIBE NOW Ennis said it was all a money scheme geared toward suing Foster, whom she started dating when he was at Alabama. She also admitted to falsely accusing another ex-boyfriend of domestic violence as well as stealing Foster’s money, his designer clothing and jewelry – including more than $8,000 in cash and two Rolex watches – when she left his Los Gatos home […]

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