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Outrage Over Ezekiel Elliott Pulling A Woman's Shirt Down (Video)

A video (below) has emerged of Dallas Cowboys football star Ezekiel Elliott pulling a woman's shirt down and exposing her breast at a St. Patrick's Day parade in Texas.

While on the roof of a bar in Dallas and watching the St. Patrick's Day parade, Elliott was drinking a beer alongside other people.

A woman standing next to him at one point shouted at parade attendees, gestured at her breasts, then pointed to Elliott, according to TMZ.

The video shows the football star then proceeds to reach over and pull her white shirt down, exposing one of her breasts. She then quickly tries to cover up.

Soon after, Elliott tries to pull down her shirt again, but she slaps him away before flashing her chest to the parade attendees below. 

A representative for Elliott said the woman wasn't angry over the incident and actually continued socializing with the athlete and a group of friends after the parade was finished.  

In July 2016, Elliott's ex-girlfriend Tiffany Thompson, then 20, posted photos to her Instagram account that she said proved Elliott was abusing her domestically.

According to, the Ohio woman wrote the following under one of the pictures:

 Just for every woman out there getting abused it’s time to put a stop to it. This has been happening to me for months and it finally got out of control to where I was picked up and thrown across the room by my arms.

Thrown into walls. Being choked to where I have to gasp for breath. Bruised everywhere, mentally and physically abused. 

It’s not okay. So I want each and every one of you girls to step away now from domestic violence. You’re worth so much more. I got told it was called "tough love" I’m sorry if you love someone you don’t touch your loved ones.

She filed a complaint with police stating that Elliott attacked her as she was sitting in the driver's seat of her car on July 22. She also told 911 first-responders that Elliott had been abusing her for five days. 

Police later concluded Thompson made up the story and had asked a friend, Ayrin Mason, to lie about Elliott's attack. 

Text conversations between the two women were released by the Columbus City Prosecutor's Office that show Thompson was looking to frame Elliott, Elite Daily reports. 

Dallas Morning News journalist Clarence Hill Jr. tweeted a source had filled him in on a motive for her trying to frame him: “Per a source, Elliott broke off the relationship and alleged victim said she would ruin him if he did. Thus the accusations.”

Sources: TMZ,, Elite Daily, Clarence Hill Jr/Twitter / Photo credit: WOSN Sports/Wikimedia Commons

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