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A Frisco woman is suing Ezekiel Elliott, claiming that an attack by one of the Dallas Cowboys running back’s dogs this spring left her with “severe and permanent injuries.”

Jennifer Gampper filed the lawsuit in Collin County in late July, seeking more than $1 million in damages. The lawsuit also names landscaper Pablo Vela and his business, Perfect Synthetic Grass, as defendants.

Elliott’s attorney, Frank Salzano, could not immediately be reached for comment. He told TMZ that his client was concerned for Gampper’s well-being but that “there are extenuating circumstances to this matter which will impact the legal proceedings which we are not at liberty to disclose.”

It was unclear whether Vela had an attorney, and efforts to reach him were unsuccessful.

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Frisco officials were called the morning of May 20 to the Starwood neighborhood, where Elliott lives, about three loose dogs. One of the dogs, a Rottweiler, bit two people before Frisco Animal Services was able to capture them, police said.

The victims were hospitalized with injuries that weren’t life-threatening, police said, and Elliott was issued three animal-at-large citations, one for each dog. The Rottweiler was placed in a mandatory 10-day quarantine for observation.

The lawsuit alleges that Elliott “was well aware that his dog had a propensity to bite and attack people” but that he did not make attempts to keep the animal safely confined.

The lawsuit also says Vela, who was working at Elliott’s home, failed to close a gate, allowing the dog to escape.

As a result, Gampper, Elliott’s neighbor, was “viciously attacked,” the lawsuit says.

Last year, a swimming-pool attendant sued Elliott, claiming that his Rottweiler and two bulldogs — Ace, Deuce and Jack Jack — attacked her in March 2020 and left her in need of surgery.

Police did not file charges in that incident. Collin County court records indicate that the woman dropped the lawsuit.

In June, an employee at a Prosper doggie day care sued Elliott; that lawsuit is still pending.

Ezekiel Elliott’s dog Ace met the media at the SPCA of Texas on Oct. 17, 2016, during a pet adoption day sponsored by the running back.(Smiley N. Pool / Staff Photographer)

Elliott’s love of animals is well-known; Ace was in attendance when Elliott surprised new pet owners during an adoption event at the SPCA of Texas in 2016. The running back also has a tattoo of Ace on his right arm.

An American Staffordshire terrier belonging to Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott also was involved in a biting incident in recent years.

The dog, Icon, bit a Frisco woman who was trying to stop him from fighting her dog in February 2019. The woman said in a 911 call that Icon bit off her finger.

Icon faced a dangerous-dog hearing, which could have led to him being euthanized, but Prescott and the city reached an agreement that banned Icon from being in Frisco while allowing Prescott to retain custody of him. Prescott did not face charges.

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