The safety guard allegedly knocked down by Ezekiel Elliott at a Las Vegas music pageant earlier this month says he’s nonetheless in search of a real apology from the Dallas Cowboys working again.
Kyle Johnson, 19, instructed KCBS-TV in Los Angeles that he wasn’t injured within the Could 19 incident that led to Elliott being detained however was disenchanted by his actions. Whereas making an attempt to entry a safe space on the pageant, Elliott allegedly utilizing his physique to shove Johnson backward and he fell over a safety fence.
“I wasn’t damage or something, however simply to have somebody that you just regarded as much as shove you on the bottom over a metallic fence?” Johnson instructed the station. “It is not the most important factor on this planet, however actually, (to say) nothing occurred? I imply, come on.”
Video of the incident was launched by TMZ.
Johnson, who performs soccer at a California group faculty, instructed KCBS that he would really like one other apology, saying he wasn’t happy by the one he bought on the time.
“I did get an apology from him. It wasn’t a honest apology,” Johnson stated. “He did not preserve eye contact. It did not appear honest in any respect.”
Johnson declined to press costs in opposition to Elliott on the time. He instructed KCBS he hadn’t considered whether or not that was the best determination or if he would rethink.
On the time of Elliott’s detainment, Las Vegas police workplace Laura Meltzer described the attainable cost as misdemeanor battery.
On Thursday, Cowboys proprietor Jerry Jones stated he did not consider the NFL would take motion in opposition to Elliott, who was suspended six video games in 2017 for violating the league’s private conduct coverage.