Did Ezekiel Elliott Batter His Ex-Girlfriend?

The athlete Ezekiel Elliott has revealed that he is hurt by the National Football League‘s decision to ban him from the sport temporarily after they learned that he may have abused an ex-girlfriend.

There is substantial and persuasive evidence supporting a finding that [Elliott] engaged in physical violence against Tiffany Thompson, who accused him of domestic violence in July 2016.

The league had this to say when quizzed on the star’s six-game suspension prompting him to issue the following statement.

Reports indicate that he now intends to challenge the decision by appealing against it.

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  1. Pawz Up August 13, 2017

    Jay z has done worse.

    • Keri Me Home August 13, 2017

      What has that got to do with what Ezekiel did or didn’t do. Anyway, I’m starting to wonder if there’s something these athletes are taking which causes them to lash out against women. You rarely hear them beating men up.

      • iamdiego August 14, 2017

        A lot of dudes just aint s*** period. It’s so much easier battering a woman.

    • ??? August 13, 2017

      the majority of the NFL has done worse lol.

  2. Brent Christpher August 13, 2017

    This story is FOUR DAYS old.

    • Fifi August 13, 2017

      Hello there power bottom. If the story is four days old can you explain why Ezekekiel’s tweet was only published a few hours ago.

  3. SMH August 13, 2017

    Hmmm, interesting timing. Did they “find out” about this before or after he did the nude spread for ESPN magazine?

  4. BubblePopElectric August 13, 2017

    I honestly don’t know if he did or didn’t do what he’s being accused of doing but I’ve decided to not support the NFL this season after the backlash Colin Kaepernick has received for his peaceful protest all last season, along with the fact that he has been essentially blackballed out of the league. I can only hope our brothers of color who remain employed with the NFL, continue to do their best to remain out of trouble with the law and take Marshawn Lynch’s lead and continue Kaepernick’s peaceful protest against racism.

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