Ennis often had trouble recalling what happened or what she told police on the morning of February 11 and had to be admonished several times about answering before a question was complete. Ennis also said "it was all a money scheme".
Ennis admitted that in 2011, she went to jail for accusing her then-boyfriend of domestic violence after he broke up with her. Her case was dismissed on September 18, 2013.
Wiens, who testified after Ennis, said he had doubts about that fight taking place and did not follow up with authorities in San Francisco because he did not have a location or further information to go on. In no uncertain terms, Ennis is saying there was no domestic violence.
When she was living with Foster, she drove a Corvette that he had purchased. The exception came during testimony from the final witness, Officer Katrina Freeman of the Los Gatos-Monte Sereno Police Department who said that Foster seemed agitated at times on February 11.
There's also the matter of her injuries. He has had a pretty tumultuous football career since leaving Tuscaloosa. The watches still are in Louisiana. When asked by prosecutor Kevin Smith if Foster ever hit her, Ennis replied, "No, sir".
According to Ennis, Foster was upset she got into a fight Saturday Feb. 10, hours before the incident in question.
The driver whom Ennis flagged down to call 911, Eugenio Pirir, gave Thursday's first testimony.
On Thursday, Ennis finally testified and said she made the whole thing up and that Foster didn't hit her once, according to Cam Inman, the 49ers reporter for the Bay Area News.
The San Francisco Chronicle reported that Ennis recanted her allegations against Foster while testifying at a preliminary hearing in San Jose.
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.
The weapons charge against Foster stems from a Sig Sauer 516 short-barreled rifle found in the bathroom floor when police responded to the 911 call. Both guns were loaded. He won the Butkus Award as the nation's best collegiate linebacker in 2016 at Alabama.
The 49ers, who drafted the former Alabama star in the first round past year, have placed him on an informal suspension while the "legal process" plays out, and have said that "if these charges are proven true", they will release him. And there's no clear evidence her injuries were a result of an altercation with Foster, while there is video of the fight in San Francisco. But in the second half of the season, Foster was on the field for every game, and San Francisco, which started the season 0-8, went 6-2.