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Ezekiel Elliott will not face assault charges for shoving a security guard at a Las Vegas music festival in May, on Sunday.
The Dallas Cowboys running back, currently in hopes of securing a long-term contract, at a music festival in Las Vegas on May 19. Elliott apologized and the security guard — Kyle Johnson — did not press charges at the time.
In July, Johnson changed his mind and with the the Las Vegas Police Department, which investigated the incident. Frank Salzano, one of Elliott’s attorneys and agents, informed ESPN that Elliott would