6:32 AM PT — The Dallas PD now says it DOES have a record of an incident at Clutch bar and it appears to be connected the Ezekiel Elliott investigation.
We spoke with SGT. Williams who tells us … cops were called to Clutch around 9:30 PM.
Cops at the bar spoke to a man who said his nose was just broken — but the man appeared to be extremely intoxicated and couldn’t remember who hit him.
The man’s friend told police, “It was that Dallas Cowboys running back.”
Cops said based on the lack of information and the fact the accuser appeared to be intoxicated, no arrests were made.
A rep for Elliott would only say his client was not arrested and no formal criminal complaint has been filed against the RB.
Ezekiel Elliott was involved in an incident Sunday night at Clutch Bar in Dallas, TMZ Sports has confirmed with a source directly involved in the situation.
The details about what went down inside the bar are still sketchy — we’re digging.
TMZ Sports spoke with multiple people at the Dallas Police Dept. — but no one seems to have a record of an incident involving the Dallas Cowboys running back.
In fact, we were specifically told by a Sgt. that the only arrest in that area was for public intoxication, but it wasn’t related to Zeke.
We’re also told there were off-duty DPD police officers working at Clutch late Sunday night but none of those officers filed a report detailing a bar fight or mentioning an incident with Ezekiel.
There is buzz on social media that the incident is a fight and Elliott was the aggressor — but at this point, no one we’ve spoken with can confirm that.
We’ve reached out to Elliott’s camp — so far, no word back.