Alvin Kamara allegedly punched a man eight times and his associates stomped him out during the Las Vegas nightclub incident that led to his arrest following the Pro Bowl. That’s according to a police report that was filed following the incident.
The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department says video surveillance footage shows the incident and backs up the victim’s claims.
The man was knocked unconscious and suffered an orbital fracture to his right eye along with other injuries, per ESPN.com.
From the report:
Three others from Kamara’s group then began stomping the man in the face, chest and legs. One of Kamara’s associates stomped him about 16 times, according to the police report. The incident broke up once security arrived, and Kamara and his party were escorted out of the property. Kamara was later identified through video and eyewitness accounts, and he had used his ID and credit card while at the casino. Police met him inside the stadium after the Sunday game and read him his Miranda rights before interviewing him.
According to Kamara, the man called one of his friends ugly and then said he would “beat [Kamara’s] ass too” before the incident broke out.
Kamara claims he saw the man running away and thought he had done something to his group, so he chased him down and punched him — the video evidence does not support that claim.
The 26-year-old Kamara was arrested and charged with battery resulting in substantial bodily harm and booked at the Clark County Detention Center.
In the state of Nevada, the charge is a felony.
The Saints nor Kamara have publicly commented on the incident at this time.