Former 49ers defensive lineman Dana Stubblefield was charged with raping a mentally disabled woman but he claims the allegations are “false and fraudulent.”

According to TMZ Sports, the former 49ers superstar was charged with five felonies, after prosecutors say he raped a woman he found on a babysitting website and had invited to his home for a job interview.

Authorities say Stubblefield, used the caretaker placement service sittercity.com to arrange an interview for a babysitter. Before the interview, Stubblefield told the alleged victim that he would pay her for the gas, mileage and time it took her to come to the interview.

But officials said that when the 31-year old woman forgot to get the $80 he promised, Stubblefield texted her to return to his home to collect the money. According to prosecutor Tim McInerny, the sexual assault occurred when the woman went back to Stubblefield’s house.

She was “incapable” of giving consent because of a mental disorder and developmental and physical disabilities.

According to official documents, Stubblefield has been charged with rape by force, rape of a victim incapable of giving consent, oral copulation by force, oral copulation with a person incapable of giving consent and false imprisonment.

But Stubblefield is adamant the sex was consensual, and he claims he can prove it with a lie detector test.

In fact, Stubblefield’s lawyer Ken Rosenfield says he’s already provided the District Attorney’s office “with professional lie detector results that clearly show the encounter was consensual.”

Rosenfield says the woman had also asked Dana for a job and money after the encounter, which he claims is further proof there was no rape.

“Dana Stubblefield is being unfairly targeted due to his celebrity and wealth by someone with full motivation to lie,” Rosenfield said.

Stubblefield’s lawyer also says his client wasn’t even notified of the allegations until nearly a year after the incident.

“The clear motivation here is money.”

Officials say Stubblefield faces up to 16 years in prison if convicted.  Bail has been set at $250,000.

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