Former NFL star Dana Stubblefield, who played 11 years in the NFL, has been sentenced for the 2015 rape of a mentally disabled woman.
On Thursday the 49-year-old three-time Pro Bowl defensive tackle was sentenced to 15 years to life for the crime.
From TMZ Sports:
Back in July, the 49-year-old was found guilty of forcible rape while using a gun -- a crime that carries 15 to life.
And, on Thursday, the judge sentenced Stubblefield to exactly that - meaning he'll have to do a minimum of 15 years behind bars. Stubblefield was present in the courtroom when the sentence was handed out.
As we previously reported, Stubblefield was first arrested back in May 2016 after officials say the former 49ers superstar raped a woman he found on a babysitting website and had invited to his Santa Clara, CA home for a job interview.
Stubblefield has repeatedly denied the allegations and claimed the sex was consensual. There's of course the issue of a mentally disabled person being able to give consent.
Iqt's another sad example of life after the NFL gone wrong. Some guys really need to find hobbies.
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