The security guard who was pushed over a railing by Ezekiel Elliott during an incident in Las Vegas in May has decided to push charges against the Dallas Cowboys running back.

FOX 5 Las Vegas reported that Kyle Johnson, the security guard who was pushed by Elliott in May, has decided to press charges against the NFL star. According to the report, Johnson was looking for a sincere apology and, when he didn’t receive it, decided to take legal action.

Despite being detained by police briefly, Elliott was not arrested nor previously charged in the incident.

The incident in Vegas stemmed from a verbal argument between Elliott and a woman at a music festival. When Johnson tried to intervene, the running back walked up to him and bumped him. Johnson then proceeded to fall over a guard rail.

Elliott met with NFL commissioner Roger Goodell about the incident and issued a public apology. He did not face any suspension or fines from the league.