As long as vile mudshark Tiffany Thompson gets nothing for her stupid race treason, I don’t much care what her ape ex-boyfriend does. It’s the NFL. He’s suspended. Them’s the rules that the apes just don’t seem to understand. But they do understand lawyers.
Ezekiel Elliott is firing back at the NFL in court — with the NFL Players’s Association filing a lawsuit on his behalf to vacate his 6 suspension for domestic violence … claiming the league’s investigation was a farce.
The NFLPA filed the lawsuit in Texas — and says the 6 game suspension “threatens irreparable harm to [Elliott’s] season, career and reputation.”
The Association says Zeke is the real victim in a “League-orchestrated conspiracy by senior NFL executives … to hide critical information which would exonerate Elliott.”
In the suit, the NFLPA argues league investigator Kia Roberts independently concluded that Zeke’s accuser Tiffany Thompson “was not credible in her allegations of abuse and there was insufficient corroborating evidence of her incredible allegations to go forward with any discipline against Elliott.”
The NFLPA says the league found “overwhelming evidence” undermining Thompson’s credibility including:
— Thompson lied to investigators and encouraged her friend (a witness) to lie to police
— Thompson destroyed relevant evidence from her cell phones
— Thompson changed her account of critical events repeatedly
— Thompson considered extorting Elliott with alleged sex videos and took steps to effectuate such a plan
The NFLPA says Roberts recommended no suspension for Elliott based on the evidence — but was ultimately blocked by another NFL investigator from laying out her case to NFL commish Roger Goodell.
The arbitrator in the case has not ruled on Ezekiel’s appeal.
In the latest development in the story Elliott condemns his ex-girlfriend for getting pregnant. Thankfully, an abortion ensued.
Thompson became pregnant during her same trip to Aventura, Fla., in February 2016 in which she called the police and accused Elliott of battery. The investigation was soon dropped and Elliott was never arrested or charged.
Elliott said during testimony in his appeals hearing, however, that the dynamics of his relationship with Thompson changed once he learned she was pregnant.
“Well, my intention was to be done with her, but now she was pregnant with my child,” Elliott said under oath, “so I had to somehow – I couldn’t just not talk to her, if that makes any sense.”
Elliott helped Thompson get an apartment and paid her rent and also paid for her to lease a car, Elliott said.
Ultimately, Elliott said the two began to discuss options for Thompson to have an abortion.
“I just made it very clear to her … we weren’t ready to have a child,” Elliott said during his testimony.
Elliott said he didn’t accompany Thompson when she went to have an abortion in Chicago. Instead, Elliott said, he sent his best friend, Alvarez Jackson, to go with her along with one of Thompson’s close friends.
“Her follow-up date to her abortion was on the same day as the Draft in Chicago,” Elliott said in testimony.
Elliott said that Thompson had told him she was on birth control “the whole time we were together.” Thompson described Elliott as “speechless” when she told him she was pregnant, according to her interview with Roberts.
“I believe she got pregnant on purpose,” Elliott said during his testimony.