Violent new footage emerges of Alvin Kamara and Chris Lammon’s alleged beatdown of a man at Las Vegas nightclub last year – after NFL pair were indicted by a grand jury
Shocking new footage has been released of the beatdown of a man at a Las Vegas nightclub.
NFL stars Alvin Kamara and Chris Lammons were indicted by a grand jury last week in connection with the alleged beating of a man in a Las Vegas nightclub a year ago.
Kamara was arrested in February immediately after playing in the Pro Bowl in Las Vegas for an alleged battery that took place inside The Cromwell Hotel and Casino.
Now, in surveillance video, acquired by 8 News Now, it is more clear what happened in the brawl in a hallway of Drai’s After Hours nightclub, situated in the basement of the hotel, at around 6.30am.
One individual can be seen repeatedly kicking another person on the floor.
Shocking new footage has been released of the beatdown of a man at a Las Vegas nightclub
Kamara, Lammons and two other men face charges of conspiracy to commit battery and battery resulting in substantial bodily harm.
Darnell Greene filed a lawsuit seeking over $10million in damages in October, and claims the beating left him with disfigurements and mental anguish.
A Clark County grand jury found enough evidence to proceed with charges in the February 5, 2022, alleged incident during the NFL’s Pro Bowl weekend.
According to police, video evidence shows Kamara punching a man eight times.
The alleged victim was knocked unconscious and sustained an orbital fracture to his right eye, police said. After the man fell, he was allegedly stomped on by others in Kamara’s group.
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