Former Ohio State running back Ezekiel Elliott will not be charged after an investigation into alleged domestic violence.
Elliott, now a rookie with the Dallas Cowboys, has been cleared, according to the official release from the Columbus city attorney’s office, due to “conflicting and inconsistent information.”
Official news release from Columbus, Ohio. pic.twitter.com/vQleTlCsBF
— Drew Davison (@drewdavison) September 6, 2016
Tiffany Thompson accused the running back of domestic violence in five different occasions in her complaint.
Elliott’s father, Stacy, broke the news on his Twitter account.
My son has been vindicated! Truth has prevailed! If he had voliated one of OUR core values I personally would have had him charged! #Justice
— Ambassador Elliott (@stacy_elliott) September 6, 2016