San Francisco 49ers linebacker Reuben Foster was arrested on a domestic violence charge at the team hotel in Tampa Saturday night in advance of the 49ers’ game against the Buccaneers, according to a report released by the police department. 

The 49ers announced Sunday morning that Foster has been released by the team.

Per the report, police responded to a domestic violence call from the Grand Hyatt hotel shortly after 9 p.m. on Saturday night. Foster was involved in a “verbal altercation” with a 28-year-old woman, who alleged:

Foster slapped her phone out of her hand, pushed her in the chest area, and slapped her with an open hand on the left side of her face.  Officers observed a one inch scratch on the victim’s left collar bone.

Foster was charged with one count of first-degree misdemeanor domestic violence and booked into the Hillsborough County Jail a little after 11 p.m. He’s being held without bail.

A police investigation found that Foster and the alleged victim lived together in the past and have been involved in an “on-again-off-again relationship” for the past three years. It was later confirmed that this is the same woman, Elissa Ennis, who made allegations of domestic violence against Foster in April.

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ESPN noted that general manager John Lynch and head coach Kyle Shanahan said back then that the team had a zero-tolerance policy on issues of domestic violence:

“We can promise you guys, if there’s someone who ever hits their significant other, girlfriends, some person like that, that person is not going to be on our team,” Shanahan said. “I feel strongly about that. I know John does. I know our ownership does. That’s how we feel about it. Obviously, Reuben is on our team right now, so we’re waiting to see how that goes. But, if that’s something that we felt he did or ended up happening, you guys will see how we feel.”

Foster’s first arrest on domestic violence charges stemmed from an alleged incident at his home. Those charges were dropped when Ennis recanted the allegations that he beat her up, but he also had a misdemeanor weapons charge for which he pleaded no contest in June.

Foster was also charged in January with second-degree marijuana possession, though the charge was eventually dismissed after he completed a first-time offender course.

Foster was suspended the first two games of the NFL season for violating the league’s conduct and substance-abuse policy.

San Francisco selected Foster with the 31st pick in the 2017 NFL Draft out of Alabama.