San Francisco linebacker Reuben Foster is now confronting 3 transgression charges in tie with a domestic attack accusation. But now a prosecution has pronounced by her counsel that she lied to a military when she done a explain that Foster pounded her.
The lawyer, Stephanie Rickard, told a Sacramento Bee that Foster’s ex-girlfriend was indeed harmed in a quarrel with another lady and that she secretly claimed it was Foster who harmed her.
“[Foster] did not strike her, harm her or bluster her,” Rickard said. “She was intensely dissapoint and told him if he pennyless adult with her she would ‘trash his career.’”
Prosecutors, however, have indicated they devise to pierce brazen with charges opposite Foster even if his ex-girlfriend recants her prior claim.
Even if a woman’s changing story allows Foster to kick a transgression charges of domestic attack and attempting to forestall a plant from stating a crime, Foster also faces a third transgression assign for possessing an attack weapon. The NFL will also control the possess review and could postpone Foster even if charges are forsaken or he is acquitted.