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NFL player who protested police brutality during anthem arrested for domestic violence

Published by: American Mirror

By: Victor Skinner


Reuben Foster, linebacker for the San Francisco 49ers, was among players on his team to take a knee during the national anthem last fall to protest alleged police brutality of blacks.

He was among about 180 players who sat or knelt for the national anthem at games following President Donald Trump’s comments about the “total disrespect” during an Alabama campaign rally in September, AL.com reports.

Ironically, Foster is now facing charges stemming from his own alleged brutality.

Los Gatos Monte Sereno police arrested the 23-year-old Alabama native Sunday morning on charges of domestic violence, threats and possession of an “assault weapon,” according to the San Francisco Chronicle.

The Los Gatos-Monte Sereno Police Department reports officers responded to a disturbance at a home on Shannon Road around […]

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