Ezekiel Elliott’s accuser speaks out, a year after alleged abuse

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A year after Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott allegedly engaged in domestic violence five times in a six-day period, his accuser has spoken out.

“Exactly 1 year ago today my life changed forever,” the woman accusing Elliott of domestic violence posted on social media, via TMZ. “I finally got the strength to be the strong woman I was and got myself out of a very toxic relationship. Ladies never think you’re too in love or too scared to leave because at one point that was me. There’s plenty of opportunities out there for you. Love yourself first. Speak up and stop domestic violence.”

The statement underscores the reality that, if the NFL doesn’t take action against Elliott, the alleged victim may decide to tell her full and complete story, either by doing an interview or filing a lawsuit. Which would put the league in the awkward spot of having to decide whether to leak or publish details that would refute her claims — or whether to weather the inevitable P.R. storm.

94 responses to “Ezekiel Elliott’s accuser speaks out, a year after alleged abuse

  1. This guy is another O.J.
    Only Jerry Jones would sign someone who clearly is a threat to all women, and loves to be in the limelight….no matter the situation

  2. Report: NFL opening new investigation into alleged Elliott victims’ tweets. Investigation will remain open indefinitely as NFL gathers information.

  3. Even as a Giants fan, I HOPE the NFL has all the information and it is convincing before they make a decision. Unfortunately we’ve seen enough get rich quick gold digger stories. This doesn’t seem like that is the case here, but they better be 100% sure of their decision and be prepared to stand by it, no matter what it is.

    Don’t just do a “guilty-suspend” verdict to appease some people. Do it if it’s the right thing to do.

  4. So Zeke Elliott is a woman-beater, that’s hardly new to the NFL. In Dallas, they seem to welcome that type, Jerry Jones calls it leadership, the rest of civilized world calls it disgusting.

    But if the NFL wants to remain consistent, Zeke is going to suspended, the only question remaining is how many games?

  5. Well, attacking the victim happens all the time, but is it really the league’s job to cover up for its stars or dive into the court of public opinion and trash the accuser on a player’s behalf? I don’t think so.

    The league can only be criticized for not punishing him appropriately. They need Goldilocks outcome, not too tough and not too light.

    Whatever lawsuits that may or may not arise will not involve the league.

    They just have to decide if based on their understanding, a league punishment is warranted and if so how severe.

  6. Between Elliott likely being suspended and McFadden missing the plane, the ‘Boys might be in the market for a temporary running back. I know just the guy. O.J. Simpson. His getaway speed is slow, but his cuts are still sharp. He’ll fit right in, too. Zeke needs a role model.

  7. Ban for life just like Ray Rice. domestic violence is not tolerated in the NFL. Then again zeke is just a rookie and has a lot of gas left in the tank so I’m sure the NFL will look the other way.

  8. This kidult was getting in trouble even in college – speeding and subsequently suspended from driving, then driving while suspended without a licence and crashing into another car and injuring it’s occupant. This kid was literally out of control but he was coddled by Ohio staff, and their reward was to be ranted against by Zeke on national TV after the Michigan game. And still he was coddled. Then given a mega draft payday by Dallas, and coddled. Even before the season starts, he’s spotted openly buying recreational drugs in Seattle before a preseason game.

    Do you want to be Super Bowl Champion? Would Belichick have drafted this guy? Would Belichick have then ignored the drugs?

  9. This is the same women Columbus police have on tape threatening to extort money from Zeke, maybe he should release those tapes

  10. If the NFL is looking for consistency they need to look at how they’ve treated Ray Rice and treat Eliott the same. Domestic abuse is domestic abuse.

  11. How many pot stores does he hit while serving his suspension.’i say more than a few when you drive 100mph

  12. Police investigation was already dropped. NFL has been investigating for over a year. She wants money.

  13. Oh feel sorry for me because I lost my sugar daddy! And now that I can’t get my hands on some of his millions I’m going to be a stronger woman. If I can’t get rich through marriage I’ll get rich through the legal system. Zeke told her to push on and that he had found something better, she refuse to move on and decided that she would fix him. If Zeke is not legally charged with a crime the NFL can not legally suspend Zeke.

  14. NFL needs to go back to letting cops and courts handle police things, if NFL can’t define a catch which is a part of it’s game why does the NFL think is can pass judgement on legal matters?

  15. gcsuk says:
    Jul 23, 2017 9:35 AM
    Even as a Giants fan, I HOPE the NFL has all the information and it is convincing before they make a decision. Unfortunately we’ve seen enough get rich quick gold digger stories. This doesn’t seem like that is the case here, but they better be 100% sure of their decision and be prepared to stand by it, no matter what it is.

    Don’t just do a “guilty-suspend” verdict to appease some people. Do it if it’s the right thing to do.

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    that’s pretty rich considering your owner is john
    mara, a guy who is responsible for administering
    fraud and cheating the pats on numerous occasions while
    knowingly hiring a wifebeater kicker while
    cheating with headsets on the sidelines

    funny, huh?

  16. edukator4 says:
    Jul 23, 2017 11:02 AM
    where is the evidence? so many here just want to see people go down, that they get the pitchforks out as soon as there is an accuser

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    this is also rich

    pats fans are also
    still waiting on evidence of supposed cheating
    with where a video coordinator intern stands
    on the road during a game and how on god’s
    green earth a fat guy can manipulate 12 footballs
    in 90 seconds after a hof qb blesses the footballs mere
    hours earlier.

    kinda funny huh?

    how is article 46 doing?

  17. @ streetyson,

    Seriously? Ease up on the apple-tinis there, Sally.

    Mega draft payday? He was a 1st rd pick who got paid commensurate with his status. And his 1st year on the field, he showed why he was the 4th pick

    Secondly, get your story straight. Yes, he was in an establishment for MJ in Seattle, but he bought nothing. It is all on tape from the second he walked in, Einstein. Care to revise your story?

    Lastly, if this psycho he dated takes it to court, let her explain the threatening texts she sent to Elliott, as well as asking her friends to lie for her – all documented. There is a reason the PD involved in ghe in investigation dropped this case as quickly as it did. The girl is out for dollars, plain and simple.

  18. Tardy employees across the board. Poor leadership. Criminal minds. Interest in Daryl Washington. Yeah this season of Dallas Cowboys clown show will be drama filled! Can’t wait for the iceberg!

  19. It’s fun to play GM. Fun to play psychologist. Fun to play Social Worker. I know that in domestic violence cases, way, way more cases get reported when the male strikes the female, than when the female strikes the male. Many of us were raised in households where domestic violence was common, and we considered it normal behavior. Most of these relationships don’t involve famous people, so the general public doesn’t get to hear about them. I have a friend who has a longtime girlfriend who kicks him, punches him in the face, and slaps him, but he’s never laid a hand on her in retaliation. He was in a household where the parents didn’t regularly hit each other. She wasn’t. He was also raised to be a “tough guy” and tough guys don’t complain when a woman hits them. They just take it. I know other cases where the man and woman hit each other all the time (mostly after drinking), and then everything is normal again by the morning. It’s routine behavior. It’s just what they do. Now, if my friend’s girlfriend wins the lottery, and she pops hi in the face, he might just pick up the phone.

  20. Why are people here talking about money? I don’t see anything in what she posted that infers anything about her trying to get money or anything about Zeke at all. Actually this is the kind of post I would expect from someone who legitimately went through and got through real domestic violence and is encouraging others to persevere and love themselves.

  21. I would like to see a snapshot of the accusers wealth before and after she is given the hush money.

  22. Zeke wasn’t seen buying drugs. He was seen going into a smoke shop. Last time I checked there’s nothing that says he can t do that. It’s easy to twist things to make them fit your agenda but it just makes you look stupid.

    Let’s not forget this is the same woman that told her friend to lie to police for her. If it truly happened why would she need her friend to lie. When you can explain that one to me then I’ll begin to believe that this is something serious. Until then it’s just a money grab.

    Also for those citing his speeding tickets. I want yall to look yourselves in the mirror. If you never speed then I applaud you. I live right off the highway and have a clear view of it and I can tell you 90% percent of those people are going over 65. Odds are 9 out 10 of yall who talk about him speeding do the same. To that I say…. YAWN

  23. Why does it take a year ? Why did the witnesses say that nothing happened ? Why didn’t the DA file charges ? There are too many questions and absolutely zero evidence. Her quote sounds like something like it was taken out of a book. If there was some sort of evidence, a text message, a video, an audio recording, or somebody that verify this happened. And why wait a year to file a lawsuit, your memory of events aren’t going to be great after a year.

  24. Zeke isn’t the sharpest tool in the shed but the league has completely botched this investigation. I have a feeling ole Roger will find a way to screw this up. Par for the course.

  25. Zeke is one of the biggest scumbags to come into the NFL in years. Not to mention how extremely overrated he is. If he goes untouched after 5 yards hes really good but if he doesnt have that head of steam hes barely average. Go back n watch the kid he does absolutely nothing when he doesnt have clear wide open running room. Hes not half the player of a Leveon Bell or David Johnson.

    Book it, with the Cowboys losing nearly half of their o-line he will struggle to eclipse 1100 yards, and thats if he doesnt get suspended. Minus 75 yards for every game he misses.

  26. You can say that this woman’s testimony is just gold digging BS if you want.

    But then how do we explain all of the other extremely wealthy NFL players who have never found such trouble?

    Bottom line: Zeke has only been in the league for one year and and a toxic stink follows him around like white on rice.

    He needs to clean up his act.

  27. People hate it when you’re on top. If this wasn’t the best up and coming RB in the league, and he didn’t play in Dallas, none of y’all would be on here whining. Not a single person here knows the facts but y’all ready to jump on the bandwagon ….the same bandwagon y’all accuse Dallas fans of riding….lol smh

  28. You know how this girl is a fraud, she posted this on Zekes birthday. Very vindictive individual who has a lawyer on her side waiting to extort as much as they can. The NFL has received video of her and another girl fighting at a club attended by Zeke last year, celebrating his birthday–same night she made these accusations. There are texts showing who this girl really is and it is a shame because this detracts from real victims of domestic violence. NOTICE how she doesn’t mention his name because she would be sued.

  29. How sad and quickly some of these egomaniacal young men crash.

    Get a Grip Zeke Manziel… I mean Elliott. Get a grip.

    @cowboyfan… sadly.. the fact that you can write three paragraphs of things he’s been guilty or accused of… and still leave out pulling down a girls shirt in public… would tell most reasonable people that this kids a mess in the head and you’re doing nothing but making excuses for it. That’s called ENABLING.

  30. Between Elliott likely being suspended and McFadden missing the plane, the ‘Boys might be in the market for a temporary running back. I know just the guy. O.J. Simpson. His getaway speed is slow, but his cuts are still sharp. He’ll fit right in, too. Zeke needs a role model.
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    Maybe they can sign Labia Bell and they can platoon between their suspensions and injuries

  31. Odd analysis. Even if the NFL suspends him, how does that stop her from suing or sharing more of her story? Unless there’s something even shadier going on here (and obviously not on the side of Elliott).

  32. I hope the NFL gets the facts and then decides punishments. This would be different from those normal operations….Brady, Rice, that kicker from the Giants…

  33. I’m a Skins fan… Alfred Morris starts on pretty much any NFL team. Hate to say but he’s that good.

  34. tylawspick6 says:
    Jul 23, 2017 11:08 AM
    gcsuk says:
    Jul 23, 2017 9:35 AM
    Even as a Giants fan, I HOPE the NFL has all the information and it is convincing before they make a decision. Unfortunately we’ve seen enough get rich quick gold digger stories. This doesn’t seem like that is the case here, but they better be 100% sure of their decision and be prepared to stand by it, no matter what it is.

    Don’t just do a “guilty-suspend” verdict to appease some people. Do it if it’s the right thing to do.

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    that’s pretty rich considering your owner is john
    mara, a guy who is responsible for administering
    fraud and cheating the pats on numerous occasions while
    knowingly hiring a wifebeater kicker while
    cheating with headsets on the sidelines

    funny, huh?
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    Yon know what’s fuuny? The Pat’s fans calling the Giants cheaters because they can’t beat em. The Giants OWN them. Isn’t that what you accuse all other teams fans of doing because they can’t beat the Pats? You gave me a good laugh with that comment, thanks!

  35. Jerry Jones on Roger Goodell: “He’s doing a great job, and I’m a supporter of his.” Added “fairness” is one of commissiner’s strengths.

  36. I’ve established my own set of comment rules. If you use the following words…. Y’all, hater, or (insert teams name here) Nation… Then your comment is null and void.

  37. charger383 says:
    Jul 23, 2017 10:52 AM
    NFL needs to go back to letting cops and courts handle police things, if NFL can’t define a catch which is a part of it’s game why does the NFL think is can pass judgement on legal matters?
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    The catch rule is easy to understand. I don’t know how people still don’t get it.

  38. That post makes her look even stupider. This all began after she got into a fight with some other girl prior to heading to Zeke’s apartment where she spotted him pulling up with another girl in his car. She flipped out and as Zeke and his new girl were walking into his apartment she yelled “I’m gonna ruin your career.” That’s when the lies started. That’s HER friends testimony who was with her when it happened and was the same friend who she asked to lie for her in text messages that the police have and the NFL has also seen. You can get mad and up in arms about Cowboy fans or anybody else defending Zeke on this all you want but what do you y’all have to say about evidence that this is all a sham cash grab? Nothing. Most of y’all stay ignorant to the facts out of pure hatred for everything Cowboys. Zeke hasn’t paid her a dime to go away like Greg Hardy did or like some others would have and if you actually LOOK AT THE EVIDENCE you’ll know he has nothing to pay her off for.

  39. The one fact which we know is that abused women most often never say anything out of fear, embarrassment, or because they’ll be perceived as a gold digger going after someone because of money. Or worse — the abuser will be found innocent because of his fame and fortune.
    Time after time and case after case, we have learned from women — and children, too — that they were abused at some point in their lives and remained silent for many years.
    Look no further than the Bill Cosby case for proof. Only after one woman came forward did others decide to join her in telling their stories of what this man did to them.
    His abuse of these women dates from 1965 to 2008.
    Yes, there have been women who have made false claims against men. But far more often, those who come forward are telling the truth and risk their reputations by coming forward. The burden of proof is always on them, and that is sometimes very difficult to establish.
    Give this woman her day in court before you say she is a gold digger. Elliott has already shown in public that he has little regard for women when he pulled that woman’s top down on St. Patrick’s Day.
    And by the way, can we get rid of the Statute Of Limitations law? It’s ridiculous that rapists and child abusers cannot be brought to justice because of this law. Only 8 cases against Bill Cosby are being brought against him because of this law, when the number of victims who have come forward is closer to 60. That is simply unacceptable.

  40. I really don’t know. There’s so many gold digger stories, and false cases that I know of personally, along with real cases, that I don’t believe anything at face value unless there’s damning evidence when it comes to this kind of material. I mean, five times in six days? That sounds like an abuser, you’d think there would be more cases then. Abusers like that have the tendency to abuse a lot.

    So as I said, I’ll wait.

  41. @tylawspick6
    Glad to know that 18-1 still sticks in your craw. Many Pats fans (and I know many) have gotten past that because they are adults and realize it shouldn’t consume them. Glad to see that you are still dwelling on it.

  42. tylawspick6 says:
    that’s pretty rich considering your owner is john
    mara, a guy who is responsible for administering
    fraud and cheating the pats on numerous occasions while
    knowingly hiring a wifebeater kicker while
    cheating with headsets on the sidelines

    funny, huh?
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    Yep, hilarious, except for the fact that he’s not “my owner”. I have no affiliation with the Giants except for being a fan. Sorry to tell you, but you also have absolutely NOTHING to do with the Patriots success of the last 15 years.

  43. 700levelvet says:
    I’ve established my own set of comment rules. If you use the following words…. Y’all, hater, or (insert teams name here) Nation… Then your comment is null and void.

    I’ve established my own as well. If you’re commenting on this article yet not willing to address circumstances surrounding it then your comments are null and void as well. Cause clearly most of y’all are haters of Cowboy nation.

  44. The details always come out. Wether it’s now or 10 years from now. I say let her speak now. Put her on 60 minutes first week of the season.

  45. nyneal says:

    The one fact which we know is that abused women most often never say anything out of fear, embarrassment, or because they’ll be perceived as a gold digger going after someone because of money. Or worse — the abuser will be found innocent because of his fame and fortune.
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    Where did you get those facts from?

  46. @nyneal it’s because of the false claims we have investigations to separate the liars from the actual victims. If you remember correctly an investigation was done here which is why she did not receive “her day in court” as she was found to be making a false claim

  47. streetyson says:

    Would Belichick have drafted this guy? Would Belichick have then ignored the drugs?
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    You gonna blow the guy?

  48. All I know is she may be telling the truth…but if it comes out that she’s lying, she should be charged with a crime the same way that woman that said Michael Irvin and Erik Williams sexually assaulted her was years ago.

  49. donterrelli says:

    Big Ben’s accuser never even went this far and he was suspended 4 games.

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    The issue isn’t how far Big Ben’s accuser went, its how far Big Ben went. You are comparing punching or slapping a woman around to raping her? If its your mother, which would you choose for her, get punched or raped?

  50. Iknowitall says:
    Jul 23, 2017 9:19 AM
    This guy is another O.J.
    Only Jerry Jones would sign someone who clearly is a threat to all women, and loves to be in the limelight….no matter the situation

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    Only Jerry Jones? LOL If Zeke was cut, 31 other GMs would be trying to sign him…

  51. I really don’t understand why the league has to conduct their own investigation and suspend the guy, they’re a sports league that’s it. If she suffered domestic violence then submit a lawsuit (and don’t drop it) and if the guy is guilty then he should be put in jail but this is not the leagues responsibility it should be the government’s.

  52. Statements like ” I’m sure he is guilty ” are out of line when all the facts
    are not known. The fact that she texted another witness urging that witness to lie causes one to question her motives.
    However if CREDIBLE evidence comes forward Elliot should be suspended.

  53. Hate to break the news to the uniformed but in DV cases, sometimes BOTH get arrested, sometimes she gets arrested and most of the time he gets arrested. A whole lot of women stab the guy and get off. Rightfully so, in many cases.

    Men are way stronger and most men know a woman is toxic midway through the first date. Unfortunately most men don’t show their toxic side until the honeymoon wear-off period ends.

    Back in the day they actually taught you to use the lights and sirens up close to give those involved time to get away. Worst person to arrest is a guy who has never been arrested and now is going for DV. So the police avoided these unsafe for all situations until the Connecticut case in 1984, trickled down to all PD’s in time.

    Man is stronger than a woman and when a man crosses that line (no weapons) , the damage is usually 10X as much.

    Then there is the unknown amount of times of no reports. Remember, Child Services opens a case on BOTH parents, if a child is a witness, regardless. So some people just take it to keep those relatively incompetent people out of their lives. Incompetent as in they are there to cover their butts and keep their jobs if a kid is ‘just’ a witness. But that witness now has a chance to become part of the cycle.

    PS: The most under reported felony is the USA is male/male rape. Way more prevalent than people realize. Remember, it’s about power and not s+x.

    .

  54. There are way too many things going on with this guy for him not to be a seriously messed up, bad person. But someone’s always there to shield him from trouble and clean up the mess, as well as any tracks which led to the mess.

  55. Over the years we’ve seen a lot of cases involving athletes and accusations. There was the famous Duke University deal where the public was ready to put those kids in prison and throw away the key. The whole case ended up being a big lie. These famous cases against athletes, that end up being a hoax, make it very difficult to get a conviction when it is a real case of violence against women. The very small percentage of women who make up these stories, are the reason it’s hard to get beyond a reasonable doubt for someone sitting on a jury. Otherwise, these cases would be a slam dunk. There really needs to be a deterrent in place. What ever happened in that Duke University case? Did anybody go to prison for falsely accusing? If so, they need to let the public know about it. Otherwise, there’s nothing to lose for a false accuser, but a lot to lose for the real innocent women victims.

  56. Not a Cowboys fan … I despise them, but the rants here from anti-Cowboys fans are ridiculous. Spare me the altruistic BS. Elliott’s situation is no different than at least one player on every single team in the league’s situation. “Would Belichick put up with that?” Does anyone remember Aaron Hernandez, who was a murderer while on the Patriots roster. He didn’t get cut till he was arrested. LOL that “the Patriots didn’t know”, they have the league wired & would certainly have known Hernandez was under suspicion for being a killer. If he had gotten off Juice-like, he’d have two SB rings today.
    Most fans don’t give a crap whether Elliott did what she said he did. Most fans care that it would hurt Dallas’ chances of winning the NFC East and making some noise in the playoffs. Even better yet, it would hurt someone they are competing with in fantasy football and help them win some money. You know, gambling. It’s why pro football’s popularity is soaring.

  57. Given all the trouble he gets in, you can’t help but think he’ll get suspended eventually. I’m guessing 12 games over his whole career.

  58. Please, NFL, let the bearded woman beater off without a penalty.

    I want his face dragged through the garbage of his life and let it be done often and in public!

    I loathe that piece of human debris.

  59. You really think the Patriots knew Hernandez was a suspected killer and kept him on the roster?

    That’s just stupid talk.

  60. “++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
    The issue isn’t how far Big Ben’s accuser went, its how far Big Ben went. You are comparing punching or slapping a woman around to raping her? If its your mother, which would you choose for her, get punched or raped?”
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    Uhhm…Neither. I would vote neither.

  61. Funny how the fans love to talk tough about domestic violence when it’s an easy way to slam Goodell or the league…but then theres always an excuse when it hits close to home with player they cheer for.

    Then they don’t talk so tough anymore. Interesting…

  62. firstdownbrowns says:
    Jul 23, 2017 11:00 AM
    a slippery slope to say the least.
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    edukator4 says:
    Jul 23, 2017 11:02 AM
    where is the evidence? so many here just want to see people go down, that they get the pitchforks out as soon as there is an accuser
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    The truly enlightened gentlemen commentors of PFT are just showing their class.

    As a society we should stop rushing to judgement, for sure, but there is far too much victim-blaming. And it IS a slippery slope – no one should be tried in the Court of Public Opinion (which is a disappointingly, hopelessly stupid court) based on inference or allegations, BUT accusers shouldn’t be crucified, either.

    It’s not always about someone seeking money. Domestic violence and rape (the other crime where accusers are blamed mercilessly – see Jameis Winston) are incredibly serious and prevalent crimes in this country.

    It can be very difficult for women to extract themselves from abusive relationships – plus, regardless of the truth of this situation (and none of us know the truth) we can see that the accuser immediately gets labeled a “gold digger” by many.

    While it’s possible that this is a money grab, it’s also possible that it’s taken her time to decide to speak up, partly because she knew she’d be put through the ringer by the public. Whatever amount of money she may get won’t be enough to make a public drubbing worth it.

  63. afwhigs says:
    Jul 25, 2017 8:26 AM
    firstdownbrowns says:
    Jul 23, 2017 11:00 AM
    a slippery slope to say the least.
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    edukator4 says:
    Jul 23, 2017 11:02 AM
    where is the evidence? so many here just want to see people go down, that they get the pitchforks out as soon as there is an accuser
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    The truly enlightened gentlemen commentors of PFT are just showing their class.

    As a society we should stop rushing to judgement, for sure, but there is far too much victim-blaming. And it IS a slippery slope – no one should be tried in the Court of Public Opinion (which is a disappointingly, hopelessly stupid court) based on inference or allegations, BUT accusers shouldn’t be crucified, either.

    It’s not always about someone seeking money. Domestic violence and rape (the other crime where accusers are blamed mercilessly – see Jameis Winston) are incredibly serious and prevalent crimes in this country.

    It can be very difficult for women to extract themselves from abusive relationships – plus, regardless of the truth of this situation (and none of us know the truth) we can see that the accuser immediately gets labeled a “gold digger” by many.

    While it’s possible that this is a money grab, it’s also possible that it’s taken her time to decide to speak up, partly because she knew she’d be put through the ringer by the public. Whatever amount of money she may get won’t be enough to make a public drubbing worth it.

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    And let me stop you right there, this is a nice story but not at all in line with sworn statements from the accusers friend. This woman was not trying to get out of a toxic relationship as she claims….according to sworn witness statements…the accuser drover herself and a friend to Zeke’s apartment for a party he was throwing. When she saw Zeke in a car with another woman, she approached the woman and started screaming at her. According to the witness (a good friend of the accuser), at no point did Zeke approach or come in physical contact with Zeke and as Zeke walked away the accuser yelled to Zeke that she was going to “ruin his career” and call the police.

    While the police were questioning the accuser, she text the friend and told her to tell the police that Zeke pulled her out of the car and assaulted her.

    The friend refused to lie to the police and submitted a sworn affidavit to these facts. Which if you bother to google it, you can find the photocopied affidavit.

    So, its not a huge rush to judgment that this is a bitter bitter woman who was angry that Zeke broke things off right before becoming rich. She is holding true to her word to ruin his career.

  64. Until proven. It is just another accusation. Always get all sides to a story and we have one side. People want to believe it just because he’s a cowboy and former buckeye. I’ll believe it when he’s arrested or she shows proof of the abuse.

  65. Guilty or not, I hope Zeke faces a stiff suspension from the league.

    The Cowboys and Jerry Jones deserve some karma payback for being one of the driving forces pushing puppet Goodell to hammer Tom Brady and the Patriots for a completely fabricated “scandal” which has now been proven by hard facts and science to have been completely bogus.

  66. I am trying to keep my distance from this whole scenario but Zeke seems to end up in the police log more than anyone should. By the same token, as a Patriots fan, it’s tough for me to watch Jerry Jones proclaim Zeke’s innocence when he was a well known driving force behind the Tom Brady’s 4 game suspension last season for something far less egregious, if it happened at all.

    I say let’s all take a deep breath and see what comes out of this. The he said/ she said situations are the most difficult to draw conclusions from because each party is equally convinced that they are right. In the meantime, the Cowboys’ owner needs to zip it and Zeke needs to stay out of trouble.

  67. “woman accusing Elliott of domestic violence posted on social media, via TMZ”

    That says it all. I hate the Cowboys but if she is going through the online rag TMZ then chances are her accusations are trash too.

  68. Money grab coming real soon. Surprised Gloria Allred wasn’t standing by her side as she “allowed” TMZ to get the scoop.

    I’m sure that the NFL will cave to the trolls and haters of the Cowboys and attempt to extract a game or two from Zeke’s season but Jerry is already on record stating that he won’t roll over like Kraft did if the league does something he disagrees with. He’s already beat them once regarding stadium endorsements and deals and I’m sure he could do so again.

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