Publish Date: 08/17/2017
Fact checked by: Mike Goodpaster
Taking more than over a year the NFL has finally came out with a statement. If they would’ve known what they know now, Ezekiel Elliott wouldn’t exactly be in the 6-game suspension.
The woman who has been the face of every Twitter posting this past couple of weeks is the same woman who has accused Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott of domestic violence in 2016. She has finally discussed leaking sex tapes of herself and Elliott via text message, according to a 160-page report created by NFL investigators.
As indicated by Charles Robinson of Yahoo Sports, the report contains a text-message exchange in which Thompson discusses with a friend the idea of selling sex tapes of herself and Elliott. At one point, the friend says, “We could blackmail him with that.”
How on the planet didn’t anybody get onto this plan? I understand the NFL has strict rules, however this is insane, give Elliott a chance to play!
At last, the NFL went to its discoveries and suspended Elliott for 6 games regardless of having Thompson’s text exchange on record. The source said Elliott’s lawyers trust the NFL didn’t give sufficient weight to hidden issues of believability and rationale in Thompson, who blamed Elliott for numerous occurrences of aggressive behavior at home in July 2016.
She even made a racial comment towards him stating, “I am a white female and you are an African American male they will never believe you.”
I don’t know about you folks but this is totally mocked this has gone too far and has this present man’s profession at stake.
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