Alvin Kamara’s Las Vegas case delayed for 45 days


Investigation journalist David Charns reported that the Alvin Kamara Las Vegas nightclub case was postponed and given an additional 45 days. Lawyers for New Orleans Saints running back Kamara, Kansas City Chiefs defensive back Chris Lammons, Percy Harris and Darrin Young have asked Judge Harmony Letizia for extra time to resolve the case outside the courtroom. hearing.

The incident happened at a nightclub on the Las Vegas Strip on Feb. 5 in Las Vegas before the National Football League Pro Bowl game at Allegiant Stadium. Darnell Greene alleges that Kamara and the three men assaulted him and caused him bodily harm, and he was treated at a local hospital. Las Vegas police spoke to Greene and investigated the incident, including reviewing video footage and audio from the limo surrounding the alleged assault. Police decided to arrest the parties involved, including NFL players Alvin Kamara and Chris Lammons.

According to the Las Vegas police reportGreene told them, “Kamara put his hand on the victim’s chest to prevent him from entering an elevator. The victim pushed Kamara’s hand away from his chest. Kamara pushed him in front of another suspect, identified as Lammons, punched Greene and pushed him back against a wall.”

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The police report claims the video footage shows Kamara pushing and punching Greene in the face.

Since the incident and subsequent arrests, Darnell Greene has hired Houston, Texas attorney Tony Buzbee to represent the 24 women who sued NFL player Deshaun Watson for alleged inappropriate behavior. Buzbee and the women settled out of court with Watson. He was suspended for eleven games and fined $5.7 million for violating the NFL’s personal conduct policy.

If Alvin Kamara’s legal representatives come to terms with Buzbee and Greene, the NFL will assess the case and determine if she deserves a suspension.

Kamara could likely play the entire 2022-23 NFL season before the legal issue reaches compromise and NFL review.

Kamara is in London with the New Orleans Saints as the club prepare to meet the Minnesota Vikings at London’s Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in a contest that will be nationally televised on the NFL Network ( WWL 4 locally) at 8:30 a.m. CT on Sunday October. 2.


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