San Francisco 49ers fans are surely relieved. Colin Kaepernick will not be charged with sexual assault after getting named in a complaint back in April.
The Miami-Dade State Attorney’s Office has announced … after a thorough investigation, the San Francisco 49ers QB is “exceptionally cleared.”
According to official documents obtained by TMZ Sports, prosecutors determined, “There is no evidence to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that any crime was committed against the complaintant.”
We broke the story … Colin, along with 2 other NFL players, were listed as suspects in a police report after a woman claimed she may have been sexually assaulted while visiting the players at a Miami apartment.
Investigators say a rape kit was administered to the woman — but NO semen was found in her genital area — and there were no tears or lesions (signs of forced penetration) around her vagina.
The details of the investigation indicate that the accuser is pretty much batsh*t crazy.
Investigators say the accuser was behaving in a bizarre manner at the apartment — including “banging her head against the bedroom walls and kicking uncontrollably.”
According to the report, when officers arrived to the apartment … the woman was moving her body around as “if she was engaged in a sex act, although there was no one else in the room.”
“When she heard the officer’s voices, [she] started screaming incoherently about Jesus and devils. At one point, [she] took the wig off her head and threw it at the officers.”
Officials say it’s possible she may have been under the influence of drugs — but no traces of drugs were found in toxicology tests conducted by investigators.
It’s safe to say Kaepernick and his buddies will be vetting who they let in the crib much more closely moving forward.
The star quarterback took to Twitter to comment on the case. He tweeted, “As I said from day one, I would never do the things that were made up about me. I’m glad this issue is resolved. It’s time for football.”