According to a breaking report, the NFL security chief received the video of former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice punching his wife in an elevator in April.
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Former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice has become infamous for punching his wife in a casino elevator and dragging her out of it, and the NFL has taken a lot of heat for its lack of action preceding the TMZ video release.
This has become an even bigger scandal since it has been reported that commissioner Roger Goodell saw the video, and now an even bigger part of the story has sprouted in this uproarious turn of events.
According to a report by ESPN, NFL security chief Jeffrey Miller received the video in April. However, it is unknown whether he has seen it. Miller also insisted that he never received the video.
The law enforcement official that sent the video originally wanted no one to know that it was sent to Miller, but he chose to waive that request on Thursday.
Miller released a statement to deny that he had seen or been sent the video. “I unequivocally deny that I received at any time a copy of the video, and I had not watched it until it was made public on September 8,” the security chief said.
If this report proves to be true, Goodell’s commissioner may become even more scorching hot.