Watch Cowboys RB Ezekiel Elliott Handcuffed At Vegas Concert After Shoving Security Guard
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Ezekiel Elliott was handcuffed at the EDC music festival in Las Vegas over the weekend after he shoved a security guard to ground


Per TMZ...
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We spoke with Zeke's attorney, Frank Salzano, who says Elliott was released shortly after our video ends and he was not formally arrested or charged with a crime.

Salzano says Elliott was just having a normal discussion with his girlfriend and blames event security for "overreacting."

"Security misconstrued and overreacted to the situation," Salzano tells TMZ Sports.

"He was cuffed as a precautionary measure. He was released with no charges. He left Vegas that night and went to his [youth football camp in Dallas] on Sunday."

Even without an official arrest, Elliott could face discipline from the NFL if they find his actions violated the league's personal conduct policy.

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Originally published on TigerDroppings.com

Comments

13 Comments
He was losing his balance, so stuck his arm out to right himself.
Reply19 days
what do you expect from an ohio state frickeye
Reply27 days
I get the feeling he is one bad decision away from going down the same path as Maurice Clarett...
Reply28 days
Ohio State's finest douche!
Reply28 days
Lol the starting running back for the Dallas fricking Cowboys. Get it together dude.
Reply28 days
Lol the starting running back for the Dallas fricking Cowboys. Get it together dude.
Reply28 days
He’s an idiot.
Reply28 days
Damn, that a-hole was out on control, knocking that poor kid to the ground
Reply28 days
He couldn't even walk straight. He was drunk or on something or both. I thought he got his act together. I guess not.
Reply28 days
If he wasn’t a gifted athlete, EE would be slingin junk in the hood. Something tells me it’s not gonna turn out well for this idiot.
Reply28 days
Security overreacted?
Reply28 days
That’s Lebron James, Larry. I can read (letters AND numbers.) Blockhead!
Reply28 days
Glad he got to his youth football camp so he can be a role model for all the kids.
Reply28 days
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