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Monday, August 14, 2017

Ezekiel Elliott Has Released Documents That Detail Text Messages From His Accuser

On Tuesday Ezekiel Elliott is expected to appeal the six game suspension the NFL handed him last week.  He's also expected to hand over documents that detail his accuser, Tiffany Thompson's, multiple threats to ruin his career and the inconsistencies with her story.

The Fort Worth Star Telegram has obtained a copy of the documents and revealed what they contain.  Let's just say this is far from over.

Elliott’s appeal game plan includes highlighting Thompson’s already chronicled text messages encouraging a friend to lie to police about an alleged domestic assault on July 22, misleading testimony to NFL lead investigator Lisa Friel, and repeated threats to ruin his career after breaking off the relationship, per documents obtained by the Star-Telegram.

Among the quoted threats:

▪ After being told Elliott didn’t want her at his house on July 21 and he didn’t want her coming out with him, Thompson responded with: “Ok this is what you want? Ok then, I’m going to ruin your life. You will see. If I was you, I wouldn’t go out tonight.”

▪ After being told she couldn’t come Elliott’s 21st birthday party, Thompson told him “that’s worst decision you made in your life. I’m going to ruin you life now.”

▪ The report also details a text message in which Thompson told Elliott: “You better be smart. And not be a dumb man. B----, keep (messing) with the wrong, b----.”

▪ After not being allowed into the after party, Thompson was heard yelling and screaming that “your career is over” and then proceeded to call the police.

▪ Elliott is also “100 percent certain” that Thompson told him on July 22, “You are a black male athlete. I’m a white girl. They are not going to believe you.”

Per the documents, Friel was unable to give an clear endorsement of Thompson’s credibility because she repeatedly misled investigators.

Is it possible the incompetent NFL royally screwed up their investigation?  If the past is any indication then it's almost certian that's the case.





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