Ezekiel Elliott Alleged Dog Bite Attack Captured On Surveillance Video
© Tim Heitman-USA TODAY Sports
New surveillance video has surfaced that has the sound of a woman screaming and begging for help as the dogs of Dallas Cowboys star RB Ezekiel Elliott allegedly attacked her in her own backyard last May...
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The footage is part of a "dangerous dog" case file on Elliott's Rottweiler, Ace ... and, according to both witnesses and officials in court documents, it shows how Ace and two of the NFL star's other dogs escaped the running back's Frisco, Texas home on May 20 and terrorized neighbors.

The clips -- totaling around 90 seconds -- appear to show a landscaper leaving Elliott's side gate open while exiting the Dallas Cowboys player's property on May 19.

It appears the gate stayed open all night long and into the morning of May 20, when Elliott's dogs are seen walking through it and into the neighborhood.
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Dindu Ruff’in
Reply2 months
Neighbors will sue and his homeowners policy will pay. Then they will sue the landscaper and his P&C policy will pay. And all our premiums will increase.
Reply2 months
Oh, I read the headline and I thought Ezekiel Elliot bit a dog. This was completely different.
Reply2 months
If that is the case did the Dog die? LOL
2 months
Bulldogs don’t attack people I call BS
Reply2 months
I'm not really an Elliot fan, but his gardener left the gate open, not him. Then a neighbor decides to put the corral the dogs in her backyard, then gets bit after the fact. I have a hard time siding with the bitten in this case.
Reply2 months
I'm not really an Elliot fan, but his gardener left the gate open, not him. Then a neighbor decides to put the corral the dogs in her backyard, then gets bit after the fact. I have a hard time siding with the bitten in this case.
Reply2 months
I'm a dog guy and I see these guys walking around, I stay clear. Hope the person was not hurt too bad and glad it was not a couple little kids playing in their yard...
Reply2 months
It's okay. Those dogs were protesting.
Reply2 months
There goes the neighborhood
Reply2 months
F’n trashy
Reply2 months
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