Alleged Victim In Las Vegas Files Charges Against Ezekiel Elliott

A security guard is pressing charges against the star Cowboys running back, according to Fox affiliate KVVU-TV in Las Vegas.

"I put my hands up and said, "hey Zeke, you're a big man, you're in the NFL" that's all I said to him before he came up to me, bumped me and then shoved me over a metal railing", security guard Kyle Johnson said on Friday.

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

Johnson initially stated that he only wanted an apology.

Elliott would be placed in handcuffs briefly and Las Vegas police would later determine he did not apply the type of force necessary to create the fall.

National Football League commissioner Roger Goodell didn't suspend or fine Elliott after the two met to discuss the incident.

"Just very unsympathetic. Like, "I have to do this, I'm being forced to do this". If charged, Elliott would likely be accused of battery.

The story of Ezekiel Elliott's incident in Las Vegas earlier this offseason just will not go away. Elliott and his legal team are contacting the proper authorities in hopes of resolving the issue.

Elliott led the National Football League in rushing last season for the second time in three years.