Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott continues to face criticism for his off-field behavior. The 21-year-old hunk is trying to enjoy his off-season, but he’s quickly learning that eyes are constantly on him! Ezekiel Elliott Yacht just got searched by the Coast Guard!
Find out why Ezekiel Elliott yacht was searched by the Coast Guard…
CelebNSports247.com just got word that Elliott’s got paid a visit by the Coast Guard boarded the yacht to make sure there were enough life jackets on board.
Luckily for Ezekiel Elliott was NOT issued a citation, so the party continued. Ezekiel Elliott had his good time temporarily ruined again this week.
Ezekiel Elliott Yacht Details:
Ezekiel was partying with friends and a gaggle of chicks Saturday on a yacht called No Rules II, when the U.S. Coast Guard cruiser pulled up. We’re told the yacht had docked minutes before.
Eyewitnesses tell us 2 guards boarded the yacht and conducted a 20-minute search on-board. We’re told once the search was complete, the guards went back to their vessel and took off.
Unclear what they were looking for, or why they approached Ezekiel and co. A rep for the Coast Guard tells us they’re checking … but he believes it was probably a safety check to make sure the boat and the guests were in compliance with maritime safety protocol.
Zeke only rented the yacht to throw a party. The yacht belongs to a guy who rents ’em out to celebs and other rich folks. That is smart, at least Zeke is smart NOT to waste his money purchasing one.
Zeke doesn’t NEED anymore bad press. Last weeks St. Patrick’s day fiasco acting like a Fraternity boy caught him a nickname, “Zeke the Creep.” NOT a good look man!
In other news, Elliott will NOT face punishment for incident that sparked the investigation.
According to Clarence Hill of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram [via CBS Sports], appearing on Pro Football Talk Live, Elliott has been told that “he will face no punishment” for the incident that sparked the investigation.
From a Friday afternoon PFT post:
“Per Hill, Elliott has been advised by his representatives that he will face no punishment from the league as a result of the 2016 incident, and that it’s just a matter of time before the NFL closes the case. Because Elliott subjectively believes he’s in the clear, his decision to pull down a woman’s top during a St. Patrick’s Day parade seems less stupid, in theory.”