It was reported Sunday that San Francisco 49ers linebacker Reuben Foster was arrested on domestic violence and weapon charges. On Monday, more details emerged on the allegations, and they’re disturbing.

According to Robert Salonga of The Mercury News, Foster’s girlfriend told police that he physically dragged her in an attempt to remove her from the house after an argument.

The domestic-violence arrest of San Francisco 49ers linebacker Reuben Foster stemmed from his girlfriend’s accusation that he physically dragged her during an argument at a Los Gatos home Sunday morning, according to sources familiar with the investigation.

Police did not release any additional details, but sources familiar with the investigation say the victim told officers that she and Foster were arguing and that he threw her belongings onto a front walkway and balcony. At some point, she said he physically dragged her in an apparent attempt to remove her from the home, sources said.

Additionally, she told police that Foster owns multiple semiautomatic rifles. It was reported Sunday that the police had recovered one such firearm.

The woman was reportedly injured, but the details of the injury were not disclosed.

Foster, a rookie first-round pick in 2017, was released after posting $75,000 bail from Santa Clara County Mail Jail on Sunday.

This all comes after the former Alabama star was arrested one month ago on Tuscaloosa and charged with second-degree marijuana possession, and after he failed a drug test at the 2017 NFL Combine and was sent home after getting into a heated argument with a hospital worker.

[The Mercury News]

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