Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis has been subpoenaed as a defense witness in the trial of former Bengals linebacker Nate Webster, according to the Associated Press.
Webster faces seven counts related to sexual conduct with the teen-aged daughter of an assistant coach in Cincinnati. He allegedly threatened the girl using guns to keep her from telling anyone; he'd apparently met her by asking her to babysit his children.
The case is expected to last into next week. Webster, like Lewis, attended Miami. Lewis was drafted in 1996, and Webster took over the number 52 in 1997, his freshman season.
Webster played in 99 NFL games after being drafted in the third round by Tampa Bay in 2000. He finished his career in 2008 with the Broncos.
The incidents with the girl are alleged to have occurred from June to December, 2009, when she was 15 and Webster was 31.
You can read the full indictment at the bottom of this article from last summer.
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