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Check out Reuben Foster's preliminary hearing on Thursday.
SAN JOSE – San Francisco 49ers linebacker Reuben Foster's former girlfriend testified that she blamed her for beating her and denied that she was spending money on rejecting a first story the police get.
During a court hearing Thursday morning, Fissa said Elissa Ennis also threatened to upset Foster's career after he broke up with her.
"It was all a money plan, I did not want to get that far on the news, it was about money," Ennis said.
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Ennis often fought with her memory of the events, especially the night before Foster's arrest on February 11. She said she was involved in a dispute with two women in San Francisco, which caused the injuries she told the Los Gatos police who caused Foster.
Ennis repeatedly said she could not remember what she told police, which was the basis of the lawsuit. Her testimony came on Thursday morning at a preliminary hearing, which will determine whether Foster is charged with domestic violence.
In their first allegations, Ennis told the Los Gatos-Monte Sereno police that Foster punched her 8-10 in the head, "broke her eardrum, but also that Foster hit her hard, but not so hard" , so a police report. The report also contains the claim that Foster Ennis has thrown dog through a room during an earlier altercation, but it is not clear whether her withdrawal was based on her entire account of what happened on February 11, or only the accusation charge applies.
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On the night of the alleged beating, Ennis struck a passing motorist in front of the Los Gatos house, which she shared with Foster. Pirir said Ennis was calm and "she did not panic" when she asked him to use his cell phone.
Ennis also said that Foster had gone to Louisiana after her arrest and taken a safe with Foster's jewelry and money  Foster pleaded not guilty on May 8 for accusing domestic violence and gun violence and called on a speedy trial, a move that suggested confidence in his situation and sped up the Santa Clara district attorney's office. Judge Nona Klippen will decide if the evidence against Foster justifies a jury trial or should be directly dismissed.
Pressure on the short processing time is the fact that the prosecution is still examining an alleged relief video from Foster's one-time prosecutor, Ennis. Later, she recanted her allegations that led to the arrest of the linebacker at her home in Los Gatos on February 11
Foster is charged with serious domestic violence, forcibly tipping off a witness and possessing a storm weapon. If the judge clears the way for a negotiation for some or all of the fees, he would have to start according to his quick procedural rights within 60 days or no later than 9 July.
Legal experts not related to the case described the decision of Foster's defense as a wise legal strategy in the face of doubts that triggered the withdrawal of the prosecutor.
Through her lawyer Stephanie Rickard, Ennis claims that the video is a fight she had with another woman who is the true cause of her injury. The police documented the morning of Foster's arrest. On Tuesday, prosecutors prosecuted a medical record to see if the alleged earlier fight could have caused the ruptured eardrum and other head injuries.
Ennis was to testify that she had invented the main case against Foster. It is unlikely that the prosecution will exercise its option of falsifying Ennis, as its case is based on the authenticity of the original account it gave to the police, as well as on other independent evidence such as medical records, testimonies and the 911
Die Prosecutors believe that it is not uncommon for victims of domestic violence to be unwilling to testify against their partners. Victims' advocates, particularly those focused on the partners and spouses of competitive athletes, have expressed skepticism about retreats like that of Ennis, and describe a worrying power dynamic in which victims hesitate after assessing how much they personally and financially lose. [19659005DieWaffenladungdieaufeinemSIGSauer516KurzgewehrgewehrbasiertdasamMorgenseinerFestnahmeausseinemHausbeschlagnahmtwurdekönntevomFallgetrenntwerdenaberalleinewäreesunwahrscheinlichseineFreiheitoderFußballkarrierezugefährdenvorausgesetztesgibtkeineBeweisdasserdieFeuerwaffebedrohlichbenutzte
Foster was ordered to stay away from his prosecutor and remains free on a $ 75,000 bail. He also voluntarily agreed to stay out of season outside the 49ers facility. The team said it will cut it when it's proven that it has hit Ennis, and it could face at least a six-week NFL suspension due to its domestic violence policy.
Check for updates on this story later.