Ezekiel Elliott has been cleared, according to his father

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City Attorney's Office announced it has declined to pursue charges against Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott in an alleged domestic violence incident from July involving a former girlfriend. As the day progressed, additional information has been provided by Elliott's camp and indirectly from the team, proclaiming innocence and stating Elliott would be cleared of any wrongdoing.

Stacy Elliott wrote on Twitter today that his son has been informed there will be no charges. Her complaint included allegations of Domestic Violence by her boyfriend, Ezekiel Elliott, on 5 separate occasions.

Due to "conflicting statements" between Elliott, Thompson and the witnesses, Columbus police referred Thompson to the prosecutor's office in July.

One police report from the Columbus (Ohio) Police Department detailed the incident.

Tiffany Thompson, Elliott's alleged ex-girlfriend, told police in July that Elliott had assaulted her while they sat in a parked vehicle and she has had pain in her wrist but declined medical treatment.

Elliott denied the accusations alleged in two police reports. She also claimed that they lived together for approximately 3 months within the past year.

According to the report, cops also spoke with 4 witnesses - but they all told cops they didn't see an assault.

Back in late July, Deadspin discovered photos posted to Instagram by a woman that identified herself as Elliott's ex-girlfriend.

Thompson alleged that Elliott had struck her "several times" which left "bruises on her arms" during a five-day period.

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