SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — A woman is accusing former San Francisco 49er Ray McDonald of sexually assaulting her at his home after a night of drinking and injuring her head in a fall near the player’s swimming pool.

A search warrant unsealed Monday includes a text-message exchange police say is between McDonald and the alleged victim discussing a sexual encounter. The woman says she has no memory of the encounter.

The San Jose Mercury News reports newly unsealed search warrant shows that the woman told police that the assault happened on Sunday Dec. 14 after a night of drinking. The woman claims that she started to feel dizzy and later passed out by the pool at his home.

She said she woke up naked in bed with McDonald the next morning.

McDonald first told her that he let her sleep there because she was tired, but later said that the two had sex.

The woman eventually stayed over McDonald’s house throughout following Monday where she, McDonald and others continued to drink, sources told the Mercury News.

The warrant says the woman reported the assault to police, and an officer started texting McDonald, pretending to be the victim.

Police say McDonald sent a message saying he didn’t know why she was bothered and that he didn’t do anything wrong.

McDonald argues the sex was consensual.

San Jose Police Sgt. Heather Randol says the case is still under investigation. No criminal charges have been filed.

Police served a search warrant at McDonald’s San Jose, California home last week after the woman sought treatment at an area hospital.

Smith is on probation for drunken driving and possession of three assault rifles.

The 49ers released McDonald last Wednesday.

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