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Lawyer: Ezekiel Elliott is target of extortion after Vegas security guard presses charges

USATODAY.com Saturday, 13 July 2019
Kyle Johnson, the security guard Ezekiel Elliott shoved in May, filed charges in Las Vegas. Elliott's lawyers say he is "a target of extortion."
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News video: Ezekiel Elliott Being Investigated By Las Vegas Police Over Shoving Incident

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The NFL ruled the Las Vegas incident did not violate the personal conduct policy and no further action was needed.

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