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Brothers charged with felonies in bathroom fight at 49ers game

SANTA CLARA, Calif. - Two brothers have been charged with felony assault after a bathroom brawl at the new Levi's Stadium during Sunday's San Francisco 49ers game.

Santa Clara County prosecutors say 27-year-old Amador Rebollero and 34-year-old Dario Rebollero appeared in court Wednesday, but they didn't enter pleas. A message left with the public defenders' office wasn't immediately returned.

Prosecutors say one of the two victims, who are cousins, remains in critical condition and may be partially paralyzed. Their names haven't been released.

Deputy District Attorney Deborah Hernandez says the dispute was "not a fight" but an "unprovoked and vicious attack."

Prosecutors say it began because one victim nudged Amador Rebollero on the shoulder to point out an available urinal.

"These victims were beaten like animals. One of the victims has suffered severe injuries. He has some bleeding to the brain. He has had to have partial skull removal to relieve some of that pressure. He is currently suffering some paralysis," Hernandez said outside court Wednesday, according to CBS SF Bay Area.

Amador Rebollero could get 11 years in prison if convicted; his brother, 8 years. The brothers are reportedly expected to enter a plea on October 30.

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