Ezekiel Elliott Was Detained at a Las Vegas Music Festival

via TMZ Sports

Let’s check in on the Dallas Cowboys.

Huh… Seems like Ezekiel Elliott had an eventful weekend.

The running back shoved a security guard at the EDC music festival in Las Vegas, leading to a handcuffing and detainment.

From TMZ:

…the NFL star’s attorney says Zeke was NOT formally arrested (only detained) and claims the whole thing is much ado about nothing.

Here’s the deal … the Dallas Cowboys superstar running back had been spotted in the parking lot at the Electric Daisy Carnival around 3 AM on Saturday morning arguing with his girlfriend.

Zeke never puts his hands on the woman but he uses his body to block her from walking away several times during the argument.

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.”

You be the judge, after the jump:

Doesn’t look like a big deal to me. I was honestly distracted by the fact that his girlfriend’s ass is hanging out.

More from TMZ:

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

Remember, the league had investigated Zeke in 2017 over allegations he physically abusedan ex-girlfriend — and even though he wasn’t arrested, the league believed there was enough evidence to warrant a 6-game suspension.

Zeke has always maintained he did not attack the accuser in that situation.

HOW BOUT THEM COWBOYS?!?!?!

Edit:

Birds fans spotted him in the airport –

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11 Comments

  • zeke 30 for 30 after his eventual life behind bars May 20, 2019 at 1:23 pm

    Much to do about nothing until he bodied the security guard. #Assault , him a good boi, him din du nuffin!

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  • The Dude May 20, 2019 at 1:37 pm

    “doesn’t look like a big deal to me” did you not see him knock over the guard and the row of fencing? I mean it wasn’t a left hook but I’ll be shocked if he doesn’t get something from the league for that

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  • Hardcore 2 1/2 for 4 May 20, 2019 at 1:48 pm

    A true shocker, I tell ya. This mongoloid has the impulse control of a rabid fox.

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  • James woods May 20, 2019 at 2:16 pm

    How come the crazy lib protesters never protest the nfl wife beaters

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  • bob May 20, 2019 at 2:26 pm

    kevin, I usually like your articles but you are way off here …much ado about nothing? You did see him deliberately run into an event staff employee, right? Honestly the chicks ass was not close to nice enough to make you completely miss something so obvious.

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    • Kevin Kinkead May 20, 2019 at 4:39 pm

      Yeah, I didn’t think that was much at all. Shrug.

      I mean, are you pressing charges after something like that? Probably not. Carry on.

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      • bruh May 21, 2019 at 11:15 am

        I’m sure that’s how you would act if it were you that was “shrugged” by Zeke. You would just carry on….

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  • Wicked snare May 20, 2019 at 2:57 pm

    Appears to be a crack in this story

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  • What was most shocking about that video is that a black man was attending an EDC festival May 20, 2019 at 4:00 pm

    Never seen that before in my life.

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  • Scott May 21, 2019 at 7:39 am

    Lucky for him he didn’t do it in Houston.

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  • Wrongnessmaximus May 21, 2019 at 11:51 am

    Let’s just put it mildly; he is a privileged (by sports, never held accountable) subhuman asshole. What he did do to the security guy is by definition, assult. He’ll be paying this guy some bag. The guy fell into the railing as a result of this prick’s actions. The only miss was in the airport, that they didn’t shout SUSPENDED! Or some such at him. He’d have attacked them.

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