The security guard that Ezekiel Elliott shoved at a Las Vegas music festival a couple of months ago filed a complaint with police on Friday.

He is hoping that criminal charges are laid against the Dallas Cowboys’ running back.

Kyle Johnson stated that he decided to press charges against Elliott because the NFL didn’t discipline him. The running back also didn’t give Johnson a genuine apology that he wanted.

"To not have anything happen to him, the NFL is basically saying it's okay to go to Vegas, get obliterated, and shove people over fences," Johnson told FOX5.

Following the altercation, Elliott was handcuffed, which was filmed by a witness. However, he wasn’t arrested or charged for the incident.

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell met with Elliott to discuss the incident but did not suspend or fine the Cowboy. Elliott publicly expressed regret over the incident, saying his first apology to Johnson was a sincere one.

"Just very unsympathetic," Johnson said of Elliott's remorse. "Like, 'I have to do this, I'm being forced to do this, I don't want to be here right now' kind of thing."

With the filing of the complaint, authorities must launch an investigation before deciding if they will charge Elliott. Should he be charged, Elliott would likely be accused of battery.

Elliott’s attorneys released a statement to the NFL Network where they accused Johnson of trying to extort their client.

"Over the course of the past several weeks, Mr. Elliott has been the target of extortion," said Scott Rosenblum and Jason Lampert. "Kyle Johnson's filing of a criminal complaint against Mr. Elliott in connection with the Las Vegas incident is the latest attempt to do so. Mr. Elliott and his team are in contact with all of the proper authorities and are fully cooperating with them in their investigations."

Johnson's father, Kelly, told FOX5 that "Zeke would have been the next guy on the ground" if he was present during the incident.

Last season, Elliott led the league in rushing for the second time in three seasons. Elliott has been involved in multiple off-field incidents during his short career.