Alvin Kamara
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New Orleans Saints' Alvin Kamara is facing a $10 million lawsuit from a Texas man who accused the running back of assault at a Las Vegas casino. The plaintiff, Darnell Green of Harris County, Texas, said he has continued to receive medical care due to injuries he incurred during the alleged assault.

The lawsuit was filed in the Civil District Court of New Orleans Friday. It alleged Kamara of shoving Greene into a wall and punching him numerous times in the face. Fox News reported that the lawsuit said three other individuals who were with Kamara trampled on Greene's chest, legs and face. He allegedly became unconscious and sustained an orbital fracture to one of his eyes, which is stated in the police report.

Kamara and his gang, including Kansas City Chiefs cornerback Chris Lammons, repeatedly beat Greene after he fell on the floor. Also, the plaintiff accused Kamara of boasting about the attack on one of his friends as they were exiting the club. Apparently, the player told his friends that he struck Greene's jaw hard.

Kamara was apprehended in February in Las Vegas for battery resulting in significant bodily harm but has not been penalized by the NFL. The battery case has been delayed, and Greene wants the new case to be a trial by the jury, Marca reported.

According to the police report, the NFL star beat Greene about eight times, three of which came when the plaintiff was already on the floor. Aside from breaking the victim's orbital lobe, the unrelenting pummeling severely injured his shoulder, back, and neck. The four men halted their alleged attack on the victim when the security staff at the nightclub intervened. The authorities who responded said Greene did not punch, push or hit Kamara or the three men during the alleged battery.

Daily Mail reported that Greene's lawsuit described how he will be affected in the future by the attack. This includes physical pain and suffering, mental anguish, loss of caring capacity, past, present, and future medical expenses, permanent brain damage, physical disability, and loss of enjoyment of life. Additionally, CCTV footage attached along with the lawsuit shows how the assault started and pictures of Greene running from Kamara and lying unconscious for minutes after the assault.

Alvin Kamara
Alvin Kamara #41 of the New Orleans Saints looks on during the game against the Seattle Seahawks at Caesars Superdome on October 09, 2022 in New Orleans, Louisiana. Photo by Chris Graythen/Getty Images

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