No Charges Filed Against Ezekiel Elliott After Ex-Girlfriend Lied About Domestic Abuse
Right from the beginning, it seemed as if Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott was the victim in a fraudulent scheme to destroy his credibility and his career by an ex-girlfriend who was unhappy about him moving on.
Tiffany Thompson claimed Elliott beat her and even provided pictures via Instagram as proof she was beaten, but at least 4 witnesses on the scene had already told investigators that nothing the victim said was true because they witnessed the entire incident.
Then, Cowboys beat writer Clarence Hill stated the ex-girlfriend screamed domestic violence once Elliott broke off their relationship and that the bruises came from a bar fight she had with another woman.
On Tuesday, Elliott’s mom, Stacy, took to Twitter to state that her son had been vindicated of all charges.
My son has been vindicated! Truth has prevailed! If he had voliated one of OUR core values I personally would have had him charged! #Justice
— Ambassador Elliott (@stacy_elliott) September 6, 2016