NFL Tells The NFLPA To Stop Shaming Ezekiel Elliott’s Accuser; NFLPA Fires Right Back At The NFL’s ‘Hypocrisy’


The battle is officially on.

On Wednesday, the NFL sent out a strong statement, accusing the NFLPA of purposely trying to shame Ezekiel Elliott’s domestic violence accuser. This comes after numerous articles hit the net, claiming damning text message evidence exists that suggests Tiffany Thompson purposely tried to blackmail the Dallas Cowboys running back by threatening to release sex tapes of both of them getting it on.

These were the damning text messages released by Yahoo Sports:

[Thompson]: What if I sold mine and Ezekiel’s sex videos

[Friend]: We’d all be millionaires

[Friend]: We could black mail him w that

[Thompson]: I want to bro

[Friend]: Let’s do it

[Thompson]: Scared

[Friend]: Shit

[Friend]: Id be like look give me 10k or I’ll just sell our sex videos for the same amount flat

[Friend]: Me and my friends tryna go on vacation and get boob jobs

(the report notes a pair of blank texts)

[Thompson]: 10k Bitch I want 20k

[Thompson]: Go big or go home

[Friend]: That’s fine too


Just a few hours later, the NFLPA jumped on Twitter and fired right back at the league office in a strong-worded statement, stating it “categorically denied the accusations,” and calling out the NFL for its ‘hypocrisy.’  

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