The Police Visited Dak Prescott’s House After He Reportedly Threw A Party For 30 People During Quarantine
Dak Prescott may have to chill with the parties for the time being.
According to TMZ, the Cowboys franchise QB threw a party over the weekend for 30 people at his Prosper, Texas home.
Ezekiel Elliott and Dak Prescott are partying like it’s NOT 2020 in the middle of a pandemic — hanging together for a celebration that appears to violate the Texas “safer-at-home” order.
The turn up went down Friday night at the Dallas Cowboys QB’s crib in Prosper, TX, and his star running back was there as a guest. We’re told it was a birthday party for one of Dak’s friends, and at the height of the bash, there were about 30 guests.
The Prosper Police Department paid Dak a friendly visit and while they didn’t find any evidence that he broke the city’s stay-at-home order they did remind him about the city’s social distancing guidelines.
The Prosper Police Department did respond to the Prescott residence after receiving a report of a potential ‘party,’ ” said Scott M. Brewer, an assistant chief with the Prosper Police Department, in a statement on Saturday night.
The officer was unable to verify the report of a ‘party.’ Therefore, he just reminded the resident of the current CDC guidelines — to include social distancing.”
Prescott has since denied that he had 30 people at his house.
The issue of whether Prescott hosted a party that violated the coronavirus guidelines arose following a report on TMZ that showed several people, including Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott, reportedly at Prescott’s residence to celebrate a birthday.
A source close to Prescott disputed the report, saying: “Dak did NOT have over 10 people and was not in violation of any social distancing.”