Saints RB Alvin Kamara sued for $10 million in Las Vegas for alleged battery

New Orleans Saints running back Alvin Kamara is being sued for $10 million over a February incident in which he and friends allegedly beat a man unconscious outside a Las Vegas nightclub.

That man, Houston resident Darnell Greene Jr., filed a lawsuit against Camara in Orleans Civil District Court on Friday.

It was Kamara, hours after he played in the Pro Bowl. Among the three other men involved in the alleged attack on Green was Kansas City Chiefs Chris Lammons.

All four men are reportedly still facing felony charges of battery and battery with serious bodily injury, but Camara now has a financial component.

Man claims Saints RB Alvin Kamara and friends broke his collarbone

According to, Green’s lawsuit alleges that he met Kamara and three friends as they entered the elevator while leaving Dry After Hours at the Cromwell Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas.

Kamara allegedly blocked Green from entering the elevator, then pushed him against a wall and punched him repeatedly in the face. Green reportedly started to run away, but Kamara allegedly chased him down the hallway and continued punching him.

Green claims Kamara said, “I’m with [expletive’s] mouth so tight,” as he got into an SUV with his friends.

The suit alleges the attack left Green with injuries to his neck, back, shoulders, knees and face, including a fractured orbit. The case also includes what the lawsuit alleges were the aftereffects of Green’s face being bloody and swollen.

Alvin Kamara allegedly beat a man unconscious with four of his friends. (AP Photo/Tyler Kaufman) reports that Kamara said in an interview with police that Green called one of Kamara’s friends ugly. According to the police report, surveillance video shows that Kamara was not the first person to throw punches, but he allegedly joined Green in punching him several times. Camara allegedly continued punching Green after he fell to the ground, while three others kicked him in the face, chest and legs.

According to the lawsuit, a friend reportedly told Kamara, “You’re running away, bruh, you can’t act like that. You should just be like yeah,” to which Kamara allegedly responded, “I know bro, but you you know I can’t stop.”

The NFL has stopped taking action against Alvin Kamara

Kamara’s battery case has largely flown under the national radar, and much of that is thanks to a lack of action by the NFL.

The league reportedly cleared Kamara to play in the Pro Bowl and has since refused to fine or suspend Kamara pending the completion of criminal charges. Camara’s next hearing.

Kamara is still playing football and has 203 rushing yards and 110 receiving yards in three games this season. He missed games in Weeks 3 and 4 with a rib injury.

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