The Mercury News, citing dispatch audio, reported that the alleged victim said Smith bit her wrists and may have fled in a black Range Rover.
Smith, who rose to fame as a Pro Bowl pass rusher for the 49ers before multiple off-field incidents led to his release and subsequent signing with Oakland in 2015, has had numerous off-field incidents the past four years and is still serving an National Football League suspension. The 49ers selected him in the first round (No. 7 overall) of the 2011 draft. Prosecutors agreed to charges that Smith drove under the influence in that incident. After being released by the 49ers in 2014, the Raiders took a flier and stayed the course for three seasons, watching Smith suit up for nine total contests. But the off-field issues started mounting the following season when he missed five games to undergo treatment at an inpatient facility following a DUI arrest. No charges were filed in that incident. But the NFL, in reaction to his numerous brushes with the law and the league's substance abuse policy, suspended Smith for a year on November 17, 2015, and has yet to reinstate him. San Francisco then released him in August 2015 following his fifth run-in with the law regarding another drunken driving arrest.
Smith has a long legal record. At that time, Smith conducted a weird interview with the media following an incident last March 9.
Smith, who was playing on a one-year deal with the Raiders when he was suspended, re-signed with the Raiders in 2016 but has yet to be cleared to return to the league.