On Sunday, witnesses placed Ezekiel Elliott as the man who broke another bar patron’s nose in Dallas, Texas bar.
The story was being reported and updated on TMZ Sports along with a cell phone video showing the male victim lying on the ground in what appears to be pain and later sitting with the EMS people getting worked on.
The witness who shot the video of the incident at the Clutch Bar and Restaurant said that claims that the man in white got into a verbal “spat” with one of the females in Ezekiel’s party and that most likely why Ezekiel stepped in.
The police could not confirm if Ezekiel was involved or not and Reps for Ezekiel did not issue any comments to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, but they did confirm that no complaint or arrest was made on Ezekiel Elliott.
The Dallas Police Dept. did issue a statement earlier today, but they did not making any mention of Dallas Cowboys Running Back Ezekiel Elliott…
“On July 16, 2017, at approximately 9:40 p.m., Dallas officers were dispatched to a disturbance call in the 2500 block of Cedar Springs Road. The disturbance involved a 30 year old male victim who stated he had been physically assaulted. According to the report, the victim did not know who assaulted him. The victim was transported to an area hospital for non-life threatening injuries. There were no arrests made for this offense, nor were there anyone listed on the report as a suspect.”
The NFL is aware of the situation and are looking into the situation as well.
If you remember, Ezekiel is still under investigation for a domestic violence allegation from 2016 by a former girlfriend where she said that Elliott assaulted her to the police and posted pictures on her Instagram page that showed her bruises.
He was also in the news from the St. Patty’s day incident when TMZ footage showed him pulling a woman’s top down and exposing her bare breasts in Dallas.