Shocking new footage of a man being beaten at a Las Vegas nightclub has been released.
NFL stars Alvin Kamara and Chris Lammons were indicted by a grand jury last week in connection with the incident, which occurred at The Cromwell Hotel and Casino a year ago.
Kamara was arrested in February 2022, immediately after playing in the Pro Bowl in Las Vegas for an alleged assault that took place hours before the game.
Now, in surveillance video acquired by 8 news nowIt is clearer what happened in the brawl in a corridor of the Drai’s After Hours nightclub, located in the basement of the hotel, shortly before 6:30 a.m.
KLAS reported that the incident began when Kamara put her hand on the man’s chest to prevent him from getting into an elevator with the group and escalated when the man pushed Kamara’s hand away.
Shocking new footage has been released of a man being beaten at a Las Vegas nightclub
In the clips, from two different angles, a group of people can be seen making their way down the hallway, with two men initially appearing to attack a third. More people follow the group, and two other men join in the beating.
After a particularly brutal beating, the alleged assault victim, Darnell Greene, of Houston, Texas, apparently hit his head against a wall before being pushed to the ground.
An individual can then be seen repeatedly kicking him while he is on the ground. It is not immediately clear who is who in the clip.
Kamara, Lammons and two other men face charges of conspiracy to commit assault and battery resulting in substantial bodily harm.
Greene sued for more than $10 million in damages in October and claims the beating left him with disfigurements and mental anguish.
A Clark County grand jury found enough evidence to proceed with charges in the alleged February 5, 2022 incident during NFL Pro Bowl weekend.
According to police, video evidence shows Kamara beating a man eight times.
A second angle shows the alleged victim falling to the ground before being kicked by the group.
NFL stars Alvin Kamara (left) and Chris Lammons (right) are being sued over a man they allegedly assaulted in Las Vegas last year, just hours before the Pro Bowl.
The alleged victim was knocked unconscious and suffered an orbital fracture to his right eye, police said. After the man fell, he was allegedly trampled by other members of Kamara’s group.
last week, a Snowfall The grand jury indicted New Orleans Saints running back Kamara, Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Lammons and two other men in connection with the incident. A court date was set for March 2.
“The state has avoided a contested preliminary hearing by charging Mr. Kamara,” attorneys David Chesnoff, Drew Findling and Richard Schonfeld said in a statement, according to KLAS.
“He intends to vigorously fight the allegations at trial, as he was defending himself and others at the time of the incident.”
Both Kamara and Lammons played in the NFL last season as the league continued to investigate the allegations.
Darnell Greene of Texas claims he was badly disfigured by Kamara, Lammons and two others
Greene (seen before the assault) suffered a broken orbital lobe and other injuries in the attack.
Kamara, 27, appeared in 15 games, including 13 starts, and rushed for 897 yards and two touchdowns this season.
He had 57 receptions for 490 yards and two TDs.
Lammons played for the Chiefs in 2022 and was waived by the Bengals before the AFC Championship Game.
The 27-year-old played just 19 snaps on defense, but was in the game on 75 percent of special teams snaps.
In 16 games, he forced a fumble and made seven tackles.