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NFL: a civil complaint is officially filed against Alvin Kamara

A man injured in an alleged assault on Alvin Kamara of the New Orleans Saints and three other men, including Kansas City Chiefs cornerback Christopher Lammons, filed a civil lawsuit on Friday in Louisiana versus Kamara.

The lawsuit filed in Orleans Parish by Darnell Greene Jr. alleges that Kamara and the other men involved beat and stomped Greene while he was on the ground, unconscious, outside a box of Las Vegas night on the morning of February 5, before the Pro Bowl. It is alleged that Kamara pushed Greene against a wall, repeatedly punched him in the face, including after he fell to the ground, and bragged about the assault to a friend as they left the club.

Greene’s lawsuit seeks a trial by jury and compensatory and punitive damages of at least $10 million. He seeks $5 million in actual damages for “past, present, and future pecuniary loss, pain and suffering, disfigurement, mental anguish, and medical expenses” and $5 million in damages.

The lawsuit says Greene suffered serious injuries to his neck, back, head, shoulders, knees and face.

The lawsuit, which includes alleged photos from the nightclub’s security cameras, says Greene had to go to the hospital due to his injuries and will have to undergo multiple surgeries.

Kamara faces a misdemeanor charge of conspiracy to commit an assault and a misdemeanor charge of assault causing substantial bodily harm. His trial has already been postponed several times, with the next hearing scheduled for November 9.

Greene also accuses the NFL of not doing enough to punish Kamara, saying in the lawsuit, “Kamara is currently the subject of criminal charges for the facts described in this document. However, these procedures have apparently been put on hold to allow Kamara to play an entire season for the Saints without being suspended…”

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