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FutureStarrNew Orleans Saints Running Back Alvin Kamara In Elevator Attack
Video has emerged which appears to show Saints running back Alvin Kamara allegedly assaulting Darnell Greene outside an elevator at Drai's After Hours nightclub in Las Vegas. Wearing a light shirt and sporting his trademark dreadlocks, Kamara can be seen throwing multiple punches at Greene as he stands guard outside.
On February 5, 2022 in Sin City during Pro Bowl weekend, an attack took place. Kamara, Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Chris Lammons and two others are facing criminal charges.
Video evidence has surfaced that appears to show New Orleans Saints running back Alvin Kamara allegedly assaulting a man outside an elevator at Drai's After Hours nightclub in Las Vegas on the day before Kamara and the Cincinnati Bengals arrived for the Pro Bowl.
TMZ recently posted video online depicting Kamara punching Darnell Greene multiple times and then stomping on him while he lay flat on the ground. This footage is being used as evidence in a criminal case which could result in Kamara being banned from the NFL.
Greene, who is suing Kamara for $10 million in damages, told police that as he tried to enter an elevator, Kamara shoved him away and then punched him. He claimed the Saints running back then followed him to another elevator where he threw multiple punches at him before stomping on him while on the ground.
Court documents indicate the attack occurred on February 5th, just days before the Pro Bowl. It remains uncertain whether Kamara was present when it happened, but it appears he was with his girlfriend and several others at the club.
In an interview with police, Kamara explained that he and three others who had "come to party" were waiting for an elevator when Greene called one of their group members - believed to be Kamara's assistant - "ugly".
Prosecutors allege in court documents that after hearing this statement, Kamara and the other men allegedly began striking Greene in the face and chest, before stomping on his head and shoulders until he became unconscious.
Investigations into the alleged assault are ongoing. Security video from Drai's After Hours was reviewed, showing footage of the attack in progress.
Police report indicates the incident occurred shortly before 6 p.m. on Saturday, February 5, when the victim was visiting Drai's nightclub with his girlfriend and other friends. When Kamara and three other men entered the room and started shouting at him, he explained to police what had transpired.
Video released this month shows New Orleans Saints running back Alvin Kamara allegedly assaulting Darnell Greene outside an elevator at Drai's After Hours nightclub in Las Vegas. It appears that Kamara and his teammates, including Kansas City Chiefs cornerback Chris Lammons, beat Greene before security guards intervened and stopped them.
According to the arrest report, Greene told officers he was waiting outside an elevator at Cromwell Hotel and Casino when a group of people started walking through the hallway around 6:30 a.m. He struck up conversation with those present before trying to enter the elevator but Kamara stopped him by placing his hand on Greene's chest and pushing him away.
Kamara allegedly punched Greene at least eight times in the head as he tried to flee, as well as stomped on his face and chest, causing him to lose consciousness. According to police reports, three other members of Kamara's group began stomping on Greene while he lay unconscious on the ground.
Darnell Greene, the victim of this attack, was captured on security video and shown to a grand jury. As he stood outside an elevator when Kamara and his group started attacking him, police were able to confirm what had taken place.
Last week, a Clark County grand jury indicted Kamara and Lammons on charges of conspiracy to commit battery and battery resulting in substantial bodily harm, according to court documents. They are joined by Christopher Young and Percy Harris, both accused of being members of the team's management staff at the time of the incident.
Last week, David Chesnoff, Drew Findling and Richard Schonfeld - Kamara's attorneys in Las Vegas - issued a statement declaring their intent to fight the allegations at trial as Kamara was representing himself and others during the incident. After posting bail, all four men were released.
Greene is suing Kamara, Lammons and two other parties for $10 million, alleging they beat him during an altercation in February. He claims he suffered injuries to his head, neck, back, shoulder, knees and face during the altercation; additionally he believes he has an orbital fracture which may require surgery; therefore filing suit was timely in October.
New video footage captures Saints running back Alvin Kamara allegedly assaulting a man outside an elevator at Drai's After Hours nightclub in Las Vegas on Feb. 5. This incident took place the day before Kamara played in the Pro Bowl at Cromwell Casino at Drais After Dark Club on South Las Vegas Boulevard.
According to a police report, Darnell Greene was waiting for an elevator at the club when Kamara's group arrived. He had just started conversing with a woman when they put him into an elevator along with Kamara and three others.
As Greene attempted to board the elevator, Kamara reportedly put his hand on his chest. When Greene pushed Kamara's hand away, witnesses say he and others began punching him in the face.
Furthermore, they stomped on his face and chest, knocking the victim unconscious and resulting in an orbital fracture to his right eye.
Early this year, Kamara filed a lawsuit seeking $10 million in damages and a jury trial. It includes stills from surveillance footage at the hotel and casino, a photo of Greene after the attack, as well as details from the police report.
The lawsuit alleges that Greene was punched 23 times and stomped on by Kamara's group, leaving him with serious injuries including a fractured orbit lobe as well as injuries to his shoulders, back, head, knees, face and neck.
Greene insists he was simply trying to board the elevator when Kamara began screaming at him. He stated that he was "trying to get on, minding his own business."
Greene claims that when the elevator doors opened, Kamara put his hand on his chest and prevented him from entering it. He then shoved Greene while Bengals cornerback Chris Lammons punched him in the face.
In a separate lawsuit, Lammons has acknowledged the beating but denied any involvement with it. He further states that he was never informed about it until after it had taken place. John LaFleur, attorney for Kamara and Lammons, believes they are lying.
On February 5, New Orleans Saints running back Alvin Kamara was involved in an elevator attack that left one man injured outside Drai's After Hours nightclub. Darnell Greene claims he tried to board with Kamara and his crew but was prevented from doing so by Kamara who threw an arm across his chest.
TMZ Sports posted footage that matches pictures included in Greene's lawsuit against Kamara last month, alleging he was the victim of an assault outside a nightclub.
According to the video, Kamara threw his arm across Greene's chest and when he pushed it away, several other men started punching and kicking him until he fell down unconscious. Once on the ground, Greene was repeatedly hit and stomped until unconsciousness set in.
Kamara and his teammates, including Kansas City Chiefs cornerback Chris Lammons, have been charged with conspiracy to commit battery and battery resulting in substantial bodily harm. After being arrested following the incident in Las Vegas, authorities detained them.
According to the arrest report, Kamara threw the initial punch and then continued striking Greene with multiple blows. Additionally, he is said to have stomped on Greene's face and chest.
Greene was reported to have suffered an orbital fracture to his right eye and may require surgery. Additionally, he sustained injuries to his neck, head, back and shoulders that caused him pain and emotional distress.
Video evidence appears to show Kamara and his crew repeatedly stomped on Greene's chest and body, causing him to become unconscious. Eventually, nightclub security stopped them and Kamara and Lammons were arrested on suspicion of assault.
Greene filed a civil case in Louisiana against Kamara, alleging that his injury left him with "a disfiguring facial fracture to his right orbital bone". As compensation, Greene is seeking $10 million from the NFL player.
Kamara's case is still pending in court, and it remains uncertain whether he will ever face a criminal trial. If so, the NFL could likely impose harsh punishment if it finds him guilty of hitting Greene.