Ray McDonald, the former San Francisco 49er who is under investigation for an alleged sexual assault at his San Jose home in December, has put said home on the market for $2,949,888. As details of the alleged assault unraveled in mid-December, the team let McDonald go after what had already been an eventful year for the defensive end, who in August was arrested on suspicion of assaulting his fiancée. None of that backstory made it into the listing, of course (unless "Executive entertaining at its finest" has a meaning we're unaware of). McDonald picked up the four-bedroom, five-point-five-bath former model home in 2012 for $1.82 million. The 1.1-acre grounds feature a pool, a custom barbeque, a "swim-up bar," and, um, a grotto.
· Former 49er Ray McDonald Putting San Jose Home on the Market for $2.95 Million [CBS]
· 49er Ray McDonald Accused of Sexual Assault [CBS]
· McDonald Arrested on Domestic Violence Charge [CBS]
· 2516 Bentley Ridge Dr, San Jose [Redfin]