Reuben Foster’s Ex-Girlfriend Testifies She Lied About Abuse To “F*** Up His Career”

NEW: Reuben Foster arrives at San Jose courtroom for preliminary hearing on domestic-violence charges. Judge will determine whether there is enough evidence, with a recanting accuser, to proceed with a trial that would start no later than July 9@mercnews @49ers

— Robert Salonga (@robertsalonga) May 17, 2018

Today we have a pretty significant update on the Reuben Foster domestic violence allegations that led to him being arrested on 3 felony charges back in April. The details of the original accusations were not good, to put it lightly. They included claims that he dragged her across their apartment and even threw their dog during the argument. Again, not good.

However, it turns out they were all lies, at least according to his accuser. Today, she had her chance to testify under oath on these charges and took that opportunity to reveal that she made all of it up to ruin Foster’s career. That, and to get a little money out of it.

Reuben Foster’s accuser just gave extensive testimony, says he did not hit her once and actually she struck him with hanger.
“I was threatening Reuben. … that I was going to f*** up his career”
Called 911 3x because “I wanted to be extra. I wanted him to go down. I was pissed”

— Cam Inman (@CamInman) May 17, 2018

Reuben Foster’s ex-girlfriend Elissa Ennis started crying on stand while recounting how he told her “I can’t do it anymore” in breakup.”
Ennis testified: “I told him I’m going to f*** your shit up and make sure u dont have a job tomorrow”

— Cam Inman (@CamInman) May 17, 2018

Reuben Foster’s ex-girlfriend Elissa Ennis testifies:
“It was all a money scheme. I didn’t want to get this far in the news. It was about money.”
She fled home to Louisiana after Foster arrested 2/11 and she took with her Foster’s money and jewelry which is in a safe deposit box

— Cam Inman (@CamInman) May 17, 2018

She also testified that this isn’t the first time she’s falsely accused a boyfriend of domestic violence. She says she did the same thing back in 2011.

Ennis testified that in 2011 she tried to get a previous boyfriend arrested for DV when he attempted to break up with her.

— Matt Barrows (@mattbarrows) May 17, 2018

So take that how you want it. Domestic violence is such a tricky topic in this day and age that I’m going to go ahead and dance around this one. I’ll just say this: good on the Niners for not making any drastic decisions when this all came out and let the process play itself out. I’ll leave it at that.

Here’s some more details from the testimony

Ennis admits that she texted Reuben Foster in the aftermath of the arrest: “Your career is over. I’m going after you, I’m going after the Niners, I’m going after your coaches.”

— David Lombardi (@LombardiHimself) May 17, 2018

Ennis also admits to lying to her own mother and of having no problem of lying to police. Ennis also admits that she stole 2 Rolexes from Foster’s house after he was arrested and still has them — the Rolexes are in a bank safe in Louisiana.

— David Lombardi (@LombardiHimself) May 17, 2018

Also, Ennis tried to revoke police access from her medical records at San Jose’s Good Samaritan hospital when she realized that this had blown out of proportion, saying she originally just “wanted to get money” from Foster. Not accuse him of DV criminally

— David Lombardi (@LombardiHimself) May 17, 2018

Ennis also admits to following Reuben Foster in a separate car while he was driving to return a Corvette to the dealership of his AFTER the arrest. Ennis admits that she took pictures of the Corvette planning to sell them to TMZ.

— David Lombardi (@LombardiHimself) May 17, 2018

And Bentley really hammered this home: Ennis tried to break back into Reuben Foster’s house (and there are photos of damage to the back door) AFTER the point where she accused him of beating her up.

— David Lombardi (@LombardiHimself) May 17, 2018

Elissa Ennis walking out of court after explosive testimony in Reuben Foster case @49ers

— Damian Trujillo (@newsdamian) May 17, 2018