MIAMI (KPIX) — The 911 calls that sparked an investigation into 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick and two other NFL players have been released by police.

The two calls were made the night that a 25-year-old woman claimed she was partying at a Miami hotel with several NFL players, before waking up in a hospital. The other players involved in the case are 49ers wide receiver Quinton Patton and Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Ricardo Lockette.

Lockette explains the situation to the dispatcher in one call.

“He’s not her boyfriend, he’s just someone she wants to sleep with. But he’s not here so she went and got in his bed naked and said she’s going to stay in his bed until he gets back,” he says on the call.

A security guard also called police.

“I asked her what her name was, she said her name was Jesus,” he tells the dispatcher.

The woman reported drinking alcohol and smoking marijuana, then feeling light-headed and going to a bedroom to lie down. The woman said Kaepernick, with whom she had a previous sexual relationship, came in and started kissing and undressing her, then “told her that he was going to be right back and left the bedroom,” the police report states.

No one has been charged with a crime. Police say the investigation is ongoing, but they lack DNA evidence that anything sexual happened between the woman and the players.

Kaepernick has denied the claims, calling them “completely wrong.”

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