Saints running back Alvin Kamara is bracing for a possible six-game suspension and, more immediately, a lawsuit. The lawsuit is officially underway.
Tony Buzbee, who has represented 23 women who dealt with Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson and who still represents the only woman yet to resolve her case, has announced that he will represent the man allegedly beaten by Kamara and others on Pro Bowl weekend. Las Vegas.
Darnell Greene, the victim who was violently assaulted while attempting to enter an elevator at The Cromwell Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas in February 2022, by the New Orleans Saints who killed Alvin Kamara, defending Kansas City Chiefs Chris Lammons and others running back has hired a lawyer. Tony Buzbee and The Buzbee Law Firm, of Houston, Texas, to assist with the investigation and file legal claims,” Buzbee’s office said in a statement.
“Currently, authorities in Las Vegas are considering charges against Kamara and the others who took part in the brutal assault. The law firm Buzbee is actively gathering information about the attack and has asked all witnesses who have requested information to come forward. The attack has been reported to have been captured on security cameras.”
Kamara is already facing battery charges.
“The attack on Mr Greene was unprovoked and extremely violent,” Buzbee said. “We call on the competent authorities to swiftly punish all parties involved in the attack. We also encourage the NFL to take immediate action. Where appropriate, we will make Mr. Greene available to authorities and the NFL to the extent they wish to speak to him.”
Buzbee’s company said a lawsuit is being prepared. Greene reportedly suffered spina injuries and a “severe traumatic brain injury.” He is, according to the release, “still recovering and undergoing active medical treatment in Houston, Texas.”
The NFL told PFT last week that it is continuing to monitor the situation but that there is no change in Kamara’s status.