It's been more than month since 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick and two other NFL players were named in a police incident report filed by a 25-year-old woman in Miami.
Kaepernick and the two other players -- Quinton Patton and Ricardo Lockette -- have been mum about the details in the ongoing investigation. But Kaepernick, who took to Twitter last month to defend himself, revisited the issue on the social media site Wednesday -- one day after Miami police released 911 calls related to the case.
"On 911 calls, I'm glad the truth is getting out. Info that came out earlier was totally wrong. I look forward to this matter being resolved," he tweeted about 12:05 p.m.
The ongoing investigation centers around an April 2 incident at a Miami apartment where an unidentified woman reportedly refused to leave while laying naked in a bed.
"I want to report there's a young lady in my friend's bed," said one caller, believed to be Kaepernick's friend Lockette, a Seattle Seahawks wide receiver.
"He's not here. She's going to wait in his bed. She's not leaving. We asked her to leave. We told her he won't be here tonight. She said she's not leaving until she sees him."
The woman was taken by Miami Fire Rescue to a nearby hospital and subsequently filed an incident report with Miami police, who classified it as a "suspicious incident." No charges have been filed and police have not accused anyone of a crime.
The case remains an open investigation, according to Miami police spokesperson Frederica Burden, who on Tuesday said: "Everything is pending, everything is still open." That includes medical tests that were done on the 25-year-old woman at the hospital.
Kaepernick has denied any wrongdoing, though he referred to the incident as a "bad circumstance, a bad situation" while speaking Friday at a Turlock event.
On April 11, Kaepernick responded to the incident on Twitter, stating in part: "I take great pride in who I am and what I do, but I guess sometimes you have to deal with someone who makes things up."
Police released audio of two separate 911 calls made from the Viceroy suite apparently belonging to Kaepernick and shared by Lockette and Patton. While police would not confirm that Lockette was one of the callers -- as previously reported by the Sacramento Bee -- the other caller was a hotel security guard.
The security guard said the resort had a guest whose visitor didn't want to leave. When he asked the woman what her name was, "she said her name was Jesus," he said on the 911 audio. Asked by the 911 operator if the woman was violent, the security guard said no, that "she's just crying."
On the other call, the 911 operator also asked if the woman was all right.
"She actually took her clothes off and laid in the bed," the caller responded.
"So she's fully naked on the bed?" asked the operator.
"So she's waiting for her boyfriend? Is that it?"
Replied the caller: "He's not her boyfriend. He's just someone she wants to sleep with. But he's not here so she went and got in bed naked and said she's staying there until he got back."
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