Conflicting Statements Led To Lack Of Charges Against Ezekiel Elliott

Ryan Phillips

Ezekiel Elliott will not face charges for any of the five alleged domestic violence incidents reported by his ex-girlfriend Tiffany Thompson. The Columbus, Ohio prosecutor’s office declined to file charges after it found conflicting and inconsistent information involved with each incident.

The City Attorney’s Office released the following statement regarding the matter:

While the NFL is still investigating the matter, the lack of charges against the Dallas Cowboys rookie running back probably mean he won’t face any kind of discipline.

Elliott has publicly maintained his innocence since the allegations surfaced in mid-July. At the time, Thompson posted photos of bruises she claimed had come from the incidents in question.

Elliott’s father, Stacy, sent out a celebratory tweet after he learned the news: