Ezekiel Elliott’s Accuser Admitted to Discussing Extortion Plot With Friend



Just one day after #EzekielElliott officially appealed his six-game suspension for his offseason behavior, a new report has surfaced claiming Elliott’s accuser admitted to trying to extort the baller.


According to reports back in 2016, Elliott’s ex and accuser, Tiffany Thompson, reportedly sent text messages to a friend about selling sex tapes of Elliott and herself. The friend then encouraged Thompson,  saying that explicit tapes could be used as blackmail, which prompted Thompson to respond, “I want to bro.”


The text messages were collected as part of the year-long NFL investigation into the alleged incident, where Thompson accused Elliott of abusing her multiple times.


In the 160-page report prepared by NFL investigators, Thompson reportedly admitted registering an email address called “ezekielelliott sex vids” in August, one month after the text exchange. But, she denied creating it to blackmail the baller. However, photo evidence of bruises that appeared during the week Thompson was rooming with Elliott were reportedly enough for the league to conclude that Elliott committed domestic violence.


In any case, the NFLPA has used the evidence to question the accusers motive and credibility.


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