Security guard asks police to charge Cowboys' Elliott over Vegas incident

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Security guard asks police to charge Cowboys' Elliott over Vegas incident

The security guard who is pressing charges against Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott is now facing an accusation of his own, from Elliott's attorneys.

"To not have anything happen to him, the National Football League is basically saying it's OK to go to Vegas, get obliterated and shove people over fences", Johnson said.

Elliott was briefly handcuffed following the incident, but was not arrested. That changed when the National Football League decided against disciplining Elliott for the incident in question.

The guard, Kyle Johnson, recently filed a criminal complaint with the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department.

Kyle Johnson said he chose to press charges against Elliott because the National Football League didn't discipline the Dallas Cowboys star.

Kyle Johnson was allegedly bumped and shoved over a metal railing by Elliott in an incident in May.

Johnson said in May he was unsure if he would press charges and was seeking a a honest apology.

"I've had a lot of angry Cowboys fans threaten me over social media and that kind of thing", said Johnson.
"Mr. Elliott and his team are in contact with all of the proper authorities and are fully cooperating with them in their investigations".

"Way out of control", Johnson told a CBS affiliate.

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