Alvin Kamara Indicted On Battery Charge From Las Vegas Nightclub Beating Last Year

A grand jury in Clark County has indicted New Orleans Saints running back Alvin Kamara and three other individuals following an alleged beating at nightclub in Las Vegas back in February of 2022.

Kamara, Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Chris Lammons, and two other men are staring at criminal charges as a result of the incident which took place on the Strip during Pro Bowl weekend on February 5, 2022.

The four men were indicted on charges of conspiracy to commit battery and battery resulting in substantial bodily harm. 

The alleged victim, who’s named Darnel Greene, told police that he was waiting outside for an elevator at the Nightclub alongside the four men in question, as well as others. According to Greene, Tamara put his hands on his chest to prevent him from entering the elevator when it opened.


Greene claims that three other individuals with Kamara stomped on Greene’s chest, legs and face. At one point, Greene became unconscious and suffered an orbital fracture to one of his eyes, the police report stated.

Kamara did not receive any discipline from the NFL this past season regarding the incident.

The indictment means the criminal case will immediately bypass Las Vegas Justice Court and move to district court. A judge set a court date for March 2.