Ezekiel Elliott’s Accuser Reportedly Alleged Another Incident of Abuse in February
When you deal with crazy, this is the results you will get when things go bad.
Back in September, Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott was vindicated of all charges involving an ex-girlfriend, who claimed she was beaten by the rookie RB. Evidence and witnesses stated she was clearly lying and this was a form of retaliation for him breaking up with her.
According to Tom Pelissero and A.J. Perez of USA TODAY, his ex-girlfriend told police that Elliott not only abused her for five days in July, but also in February.
“An incident report obtained Friday by USA TODAY Sports from the Aventura (Fla.) Police Department said there were no visible signs of injury and that the accuser declined to go to the hospital after police responded to a call about an altercation at Elliott’s apartment Feb. 12.
Elliott wasn’t arrested. Terry Chavez, spokesperson for the Miami-Dade State Attorney’s office, told USA TODAY Sports the case was not forwarded to prosecutors for review. Chavez said there’s no record the accuser pursued charges on her own.
Elliott, who was in South Florida training for the draft at the time of the February allegation, told police the woman “became angry over a social media incident and upset because she was asked to leave his apartment, and go back to Ohio,” according to the incident report.
When the woman refused, the situation escalated, Elliott told police, according to the report. He said he attempted to go to his room and lock the door but the woman prevented him from doing so by grabbing him around the waist, and he pushed her to get her off him, the report said.
With no physical signs of injury and no independent witnesses, a report was taken and the woman was advised how to file charges, the report said. The woman received an icepack for her injury and left the scene in an Uber without further incident, the report said.
In the report, Elliott is referred to as a friend “With Benefits” of the woman, who told authorities in Ohio in July that Elliott was her ex-boyfriend and they had lived together for three months. In a statement made as part of the Ohio case, Elliott denied he dated the accuser or lived with her, though he acknowledged the two had a sexual relationship and he helped her with rent and co-signed a car lease with her.”
Whatever the case may be, this chick refuses to go away until she gets what she wants—and that’s either money or to ruin his career.