Woman’s Strange Nanny Profile To Be Used By Prosecutors Against Dana Stubblefield In Rape Case

Dana Stubblefield

Former 49ers player Dana Stubblefield is being charged with raping a disabled woman. Officials report that the former NFL player contacted the woman through a babysitting service website called SitterCity.com. When she came to his home to interview for the job, he allegedly raped her. 

The woman’s profile on the website will be used as evidence against Stubblefield. TMZ has gotten a hold of the profile and it is very, very strange. 

Dana Stubblefield

Dana Stubblefield

The answers the woman gave highly suggest that she did not understand the questions being asked or she did not comprehend what she was signing up for. It definitely gives reason to believe that she was not mentally capable of giving sexual consent. Prosecutors say the woman has a “mental disorder and developmental and physical disability.”

In the “Bio” section, she wrote: “I like walking with a dog and kids. I like zumba. I need a job, I need payment doctor, dentist, sick, gas, phone, tax, light. I’m learning a zumba I want be zumba job. I like mall and nice restaurant.”

It seems like she thinks she’s applying for a job as a Zumba Instructor. 

Basically, every question was met with an odd answer that did not fit. Some of the information comes from her Facebook profile, which was also weird. 

TMZ reports that English might not be the alleged victim’s first language. 

Stubblefield’s team is arguing that the woman is competent. They claim they can prove it as well. 

“I am completely innocent of all these allegations.”

He continued, “This is an issue that is very close to me. One of my primary charities is Special Olympics, something that is true and dear to my heart. That is why these allegations hurt me so badly. I’m not a perfect man, however these allegations coming against me coming a year after a consensual encounter with another woman are all totally false.”

“I will defend myself with all of my strength.” 

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