When Alvin Kamara beat up the guy he was in a bar, he was accompanied by his girlfriend, assistant, and some friends. As they watched a fight break out next to them, Kamara saw it and got involved. After stomping on the man’s face, Kamara began to punch him. The video shows the man not running away, but rather clinging to Kamara.
After the incident, the alleged victim was treated in a Las Vegas hospital for facial injuries. Kamara said the man had attacked him about 10 hours earlier. He posted a bond of $5,000 and was released from jail with a court date on March 8. Police did not identify the attorney for Kamara. A felony conviction could land Kamara in prison for a year or more. If convicted, Kamara could face up to five years in state prison.
Kamara allegedly put his hand on the victim’s chest. The victim pushed Kamara’s hand away and he threw his first punch. According to surveillance video, Kamara continued to punch the victim until he was unconscious and unable to move. The alleged victim lost consciousness as he fell on the floor. He was later released on bail. In addition to the assault, the victim is suing Alvin Kamara for causing him physical harm.
The arrest of Kamara has fueled speculation and anger in the sports world. While he is a high-profile NFC player, his arrest is a blow to the NFL and his team. The alleged victim is Darnell Greene, the owner of a party-promoting management company. The NFL has not yet made a statement, but is likely to wait until after Kamara’s hearing to release any further information.
The police released surveillance video of the incident in which Kamara allegedly beat up a man. It appears Kamara did not run after the man. Instead, he punched him several times before he lost consciousness. The police footage also shows another man punching the man in the face before he fell down. After Kamara allegedly punched Greene eight times, the man did not recall punching him while he was on the ground.
According to the alleged victim, he was punched 23 times during the altercation. He claims that Kamara began a conversation with the group before the incident. However, surveillance video shows the man talking to a woman before the incident. He then claims that Kamara put his hand on his chest to prevent him from entering the elevator. Police say he later punched Greene, who suffered a fractured orbital bone. The victim may have to undergo surgery as a result of the attack.
While the Saints and NFL have not released a public statement about the incident, Kamara is scheduled to appear in court on March 8. Depending on the outcome of the legal process, he could face a fine or be suspended. The AP is continuing to follow the story closely, so be sure to stay tuned for updates. But for now, here are some things you can do to help ease your mind. If you’re wondering what to do, watch this video.