Prosper Police Respond To Potential Party Thrown By Dak Prescott Involving Ezekiel Elliott

Dak Prescott, Ezekiel Elliott, Dallas Cowboys, Game, 2017
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By 98.7 KLUV

Prosper police responded over the weekend to a potential party at the residence of Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott.

Prescott apparently hosted the party Friday night to celebrate a friend's birthday.  Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott was also in attendance.  This, of course, would be a complete violation of the Texas "safer-at-home" order.  TMZ reports that at the height of the party, at least 30 people were in attendance.

Governor Greg Abbott called for no more than ten people attending a social gathering.  There was also a sit-down dinner later in the evening at Dak's house for just a select few.  

Prescott has denied the claims, however, that he threw a party.  A source close to the quarterback told the Star-Telegram, "Dak did NOT have over 10 people and was not in violation of any social distancing.” 

Via NY Post