In Weapons Case
San Francisco 49ers linebacker Reuben Foster just caught another break … he won’t do any jail time in his illegal weapons case after cutting plea deal with prosecutors.
Foster was initially hit with a misdemeanor possession of an assault weapon charge after cops say they found a SIG Sauer 516 with a high-capacity magazine at the NFL player’s home.
He was facing serious prison time if convicted.
But, Foster’s legal team got the charge reduced to a misdemeanor and he ultimately cut a deal in which he pled no contest and in exchange got 2 years probation, 232 hours of community service and $235 in fines.
Officials tell TMZ Sports … as part of his probation, Foster may not possess guns of any kind.