Less than 24 hours after being released by the Oakland Raiders, troubled pass-rusher Aldon Smith turned himself in to San Francisco police and he's now being held on $30,000 bond, according to ESPN. KTVU said the dispatch call by police stated the "suspect threw her around the room, bit her on the wrist and climbed out the window". He then reportedly fled the scene in a black Range Rover before police officers arrived. The following day, Smith was released by the Raiders, shortly after it was reported that he'd check himself into rehab.
Smith is facing misdemeanor charges of willful infliction of corporal injury, assault with force likely to produce great bodily injury, false imprisonment and vandalism, according to Sgt. Michael Andraychak.
A spokesman for the San Francisco County District Attorney's Office said Smith will be arraigned Monday.
Smith's fiancee and those close to him have expressed concern that he won't be alive much longer if he continues with his addiction and doesn't get help.
Two days later, Smith resurfaced when he turned himself into a San Francisco jail on Tuesday, according to Evan Sernoffsky of the San Francisco Chronicle. San Francisco police said the victim had non-life-threatening injuries.
I wish the best for Aldon. She told TMZ that she was the victim and that her parents took Smith to rehab at his request.
The 49ers released him 2015 after he was arrested and charged with his third drunken driving incident in four years. The 28-year-old's application to the National Football League commissioner for reinstatement was initially denied in 2016 and is still pending.
Former Raiders coach Jack Del Rio took to Twitter on Monday, chiding the NFL's rules limiting or eliminating team contact with players serving suspensions.
Ryan Gaydos is an editor for Fox News.