Dana Stubblefield, a former 49-er defensive tackler, has been accused of raping a disabled woman.
According to police, the victim was interviewing for a nanny position at Stubblefield’s Morgan Hill home. The reports say that the interview lasted for about 20 minutes and then the woman left. Later that day, she received a text message from Stubblefield saying he wants to pay her for her time, when she arrives at the Morgan Hill home he rapes and forces her to “orally copulate him.”
“This was a crime of violence against a vulnerable victim,” said deputy district attorney Tim McInerny in a statement. “She was looking for a job and she was unconscionably assaulted.”
Stubblefield is familiar with the justice system since he has been accused of numerous other charges from steroids to stealing mail.
His lawyers deny all five felony counts related to the alleged assault.
“Dana Stubblefield is being unfairly targeted due to his celebrity and wealth by someone with full motivation to lie,” Rosenfeld said.
Stubblefield claims that the sex was consensual even though the victim is disabled, unable to give consent.