|June 8 2:02 PM PT3:02 PM MT4:02 PM CT5:02 PM ET21:02 GMT5:02 AM 北京时间2:02 PM MST4:02 PM EST4:02 PM CT1:02 UAE (+1)17:02 ET20:02 - An attorney says a California judge has dismissed a defamation lawsuit filed by McDonald against a woman who accused him of rape. Gloria Allred, who is representing the woman, said Monday that Santa Clara County Superior Court Judge William Elfving had tossed all five causes of action in the lawsuit by McDonald.
Analysis: The woman says McDonald carried her upstairs to his bedroom in December 2014 and sexually assaulted her. Prosecutors are reviewing the case. McDonald says security camera footage will show a consensual sexual encounter occurred in his hot tub. McDonald had been arrested on suspicion of domestic violence in a separate incident in August. Prosecutors declined to file charges.
|June 2 2:41 PM PT3:41 PM MT4:41 PM CT5:41 PM ET21:41 GMT5:41 AM 北京时间2:41 PM MST4:41 PM EST4:41 PM CT1:41 UAE (+1)17:41 ET20:41 - McDonald's ex-fiancee says in court records that McDonald repeatedly attacked her over several months. The San Jose Mercury News reports that a restraining order obtained by the newspaper Tuesday shows the 27-year-old woman says he once choked her and once put his knee to her stomach while she was pregnant, according to her application for the temporary restraining order.
Analysis: She contends in the document that McDonald began a pattern of "verbal abuse and controlling behavior" in February 2014 after the couple got engaged and that escalated into "full attacks." McDonald's attorney, Steve DeFilippis, was not available for comment Tuesday.
|May 27 5:48 PM PT6:48 PM MT7:48 PM CT8:48 PM ET0:48 GMT8:48 AM 北京时间5:48 PM MST7:48 PM EST7:48 PM CT4:48 UAE (+1)20:48 ET23:48 - McDonald has been arrested for the second time in a week. The Santa Clara Police Department says the former San Francisco defensive end violated a restraining order by being at a residence in Santa Clara.
Analysis: The restraining order was issued after an earlier domestic violence incident in Santa Clara on Memorial Day. In that incident, he allegedly broke down a bedroom door to get to his ex-fiancee and their infant. He was arrested on suspicion of domestic violence and child endangerment, but was free on bail. The Chicago Bears released the lineman Monday following that arrest.
|May 25 10:32 AM PT11:32 AM MT12:32 PM CT1:32 PM ET17:32 GMT1:32 AM 北京时间10:32 AM MST12:32 PM EST12:32 PM CT21:32 UAE13:32 ET16:32 - The Bears have released McDonald following a domestic violence arrest in Northern California that police say stemmed from him assaulting a woman who was holding a baby.
Analysis: Bears General Manager Ryan Pace released a statement saying McDonald did not meet the expectations set out for him when he was signed. In December, the 49ers released McDonald. Last year, McDonald was accused in a separate domestic violence incident during August birthday party at his Northern California home. A different woman has also accused McDonald of rape. Charges have not been filed.
|Mar. 24 2:08 PM PT3:08 PM MT4:08 PM CT5:08 PM ET21:08 GMT5:08 AM 北京时间2:08 PM MST4:08 PM EST3:08 PM CT1:08 UAE (+1)17:08 ET20:08 - The Chicago Bears have agreed to a one-year contract with former San Francisco 49ers defensive end Ray McDonald.
Analysis: Bringing in McDonald, who played under new Bears defensive coordinator Vic Fangio in San Francisco, could be controversial for Chicago given his issues with the law. The 49ers cut McDonald in December after a woman accused him of sexually assaulting her following a night of drinking in which she injured her head in a fall by his swimming pool.
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