NFL Great, Dana Stubblefield, Hit With Restraining Order From Ex-Swirl-Fiancée “He Is An Animal!”

November 5, 2009 at 11:32 am by Terez in Dana Stubblefield

Terez, I'm not an animal.. I just turn into one when I'm angry..

Terez, I'm not an animal.. I just turn into one when I'm angry..

Dana Stubblefield is already on probation for lying in the BALCO incident, now his ex-fiancée has hit him with some new charges that could lock his crazy tail up:

Stubblefield was a defensive star for the 49ers. After helping the team win a Super Bowl and becoming the NFL’s defensive player of the year, he scored a six-year, $36 million contract with the Washington Redskins, and landed a role in a Hollywood film opposite Ben Affleck.

“I’m very scared of this guy,” said Stubblefield’s former fiancée Melanie Wade…

“That’s my main reason for coming to you guys and writing that letter.” Twenty-six-year-old Wade contacted the I-Team because she is worried the authorities are not doing enough to protect her from Stubblefield. After a tumultuous three years together, Wade broke up with him last month, four days before their wedding. She says she tried to leave several times.

“He would lock me in and not let me leave the house, and tell me threats, like ‘I’m not done with you ’til you’re six feet under,’ like ‘I’m the only man you’re going to be with,’” she said. Wade says the relationship began to unravel after Stubblefield admitted lying about his steroid use to federal investigators in the BALCO case. Stubblefield received a reduced sentence of two years probation and a $5,000 fine because he cooperated with investigators, “providing the names of players, trainers, and others associated with the NFL who may be involved in on-going activities with illegal drugs in professional football.”

It also was apparently hard for Stubblefield when Wade left him for good. In her application for a restraining order that was approved by a Santa Clara County family court judge in August, Wade says Stubblefield would call 50 times a day or more, sometimes leaving long, rambling messages.

“He was running me off the road, it was almost like a horror movie,” she said. Wade left her work

as a personal trainer at about 11 p.m. one night last year, and Stubblefield was waiting for her. “I was on my bicycle and I told him to leave, leave me alone, and he was really irate, he wasn’t leaving, so he followed me home

,” she said. She turned down a darkened road trying to escape, but Stubblefield followed in his jacked-up Chevy Suburban.

“And he bumped me off my bike and I went forward and I got cut up and bruises and got back on my bike and continued to go home,” she recalled. When she finally got back to her apartment, Wade says Stubblefield was already there. “And so I got this big rock and threw it at the truck and I ran into my apartment,” she said. “And he just waited out there like a shark in the water.”

“And then there was a big pounding on the door,” said Melanie Wade’s mother, Kellie Wade, who told San Jose police she personally witnessed the threats when Stubblefield came looking for her daughter one night three months ago. “And I told him she wasn’t there, and he said he has someone that’s going to go after Melanie and for Melanie to watch her back.”

“All of my accounts, every single one, he went online and he logged in like it’s me and he created passwords,” she said. “So I couldn’t even get into my accounts online.” “If you’re changing someone else’s mailing address to come to your house, and they haven’t approved it and that’s not their mailing address, then you’re submitting a false document to postal officials,” said ABC7 legal analyst Dean Johnson. “It’s potentially a federal crime.”

The I-Team has confirmed that U.S. Postal Service investigators are looking into Wade’s complaint. Wade remains afraid for herself, but also for the students Stubblefield comes in contact with at Valley Christian High School, both male and female. “And I feel like those kids are at risk because they spend so much time with this animal,” she said. “I really feel like he’s an animal. I mean he just, he loses it. He has no sense of right and wrong. He rages, he sees red.”

Asked what she wants now, she said, “Just peace and quiet. I just want to be left alone. I just want this all to be over with.” Wade is getting help from the Crime Victims Program to relocate to a new home where she hopes Stubblefield can’t find her. They are both scheduled to appear in family court next week as Wade tries to extend the restraining order to five years.

OJ has not taught these sellouts anything. SMH -Bossip

These athletes don’t know what to do with themselves when football is over..try some therapy Dana, it couldn’t hurt.  -TO