Ray Rice Punches Wife In Disturbing New Video

Did you think the Ray Rice controversy was over? A new video was released today which shows the NFL player punching his wife in an Atlantic City elevator.

Rice was suspended by the league for two games after a video surfaced showing him dragging his unconscious wife out of the elevator. The new video, which was released by TMZ this morning, shows the actual physical altercation and many people are calling on NFL commissioner Roger Goodell to revisit Rice’s suspension.


Goodell has already admitted that he “got it wrong” with the Ray Rice suspension but the commissioner’s apology is far from enough to soothe the internet’s fury. With the release of the new video, several people are calling for Ray Rice to receive a larger punishment. Some are now even calling for Goodell’s resignation.

According to TMZ, Roger Goodell and the Baltimore Ravens probably saw the video before handing down Ray Rice’s suspension. A casino employee told the gossip magazine that the video was made available to the NFL but a spokesman for the league said that Goodell never say the footage.

The spokesman said: “We requested from law enforcement any and all information about the incident, including the video from inside the elevator. That video was not made available to us and no one in our office has seen it until today.”

So, either one of two things is true. Either the league did see the video and they are now lying about it. Or, the NFL has worse investigators than TMZ.

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