At a preliminary hearing scheduled for Thursday morning in a San Jose courtroom, Foster's ex-girlfriend is expected to testify that she falsely accused the Niners' linebacker of causing the injuries that led to the three felony charges related to domestic abuse and gun possession that he now faces.
Elissa Ennis, the alleged victim in Foster's domestic violence case, said she lied to authorities about Foster committing domestic violence against her, "Because I was pissed and I wanted to end him", after he broke up with her, she said. "I apologize to everybody". Not once."Ennis even admitted it to being a money scheme".
Ennis originally told police Foster punched her 10 times, dragged her down a flight of stairs, threw her phone, physically forced her outside and then spit on her. "I didn't think it would get this far". Ennis admitted that in 2011 she went to jail for a false claim of domestic violence against an ex-boyfriend and also charged with two counts of aggravated assault in separate incidents.
According to Inman, Ennis testified that she "was threatening Reuben" and that she was "going to f-k up his career" over their breakup.
Ennis says that she took money and jewelry from Foster after the incident.
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"She was extremely upset and told him if he broke up with her she would 'trash his career, '" Rickard said.
The Santa Clara District Attorney's office pushed back Foster's formal arraignment after Ennis came forward last month by publicly admitting her story was a lie. That money has since been seized by the bank and returned to Foster but Ennis said she still has the two Rolexes she took from Foster in a safe deposit box in Louisiana.
The 49ers said they will release Foster if the allegations prove true.
In addition to Wiens and Ennis, the only other testimony delivered Thursday morning came from a man who was driving the auto that Ennis flagged down so she could call 9-1-1 on the morning of February 11.
As of noon PT, the hearing was at a lunch break and scheduled to re-convene at 1:30.