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New Surveillance Video Shows Ray & Janay Rice Kissing After Elevator Incident

In brand new footage obtained by ABC News, Ray Rice and his wife Janay are seen interacting after the infamous elevator incident.

At first, Janay seems extremely upset and cries while talking to the casino’s security guards.

Later in the footage, Ray and Janay are both put into handcuffs and escorted out of the building.

Before being put into the cop cars to be taken to jail, Ray and Janay share an emotional moment along with a few kisses in the elevator.

Watch the new footage below.

ABC Elevator Footage Ray Rice

Ray Rice Publicly Apologizes to His Wife Janay After Domestic Violence Attack (Video)

Ray Rice appeared on the Today show today with his wife Janay Rice by his side to explain his domestic violence attack against her earlier this year.

“I made a horrendous mistake not apologizing to my wife,” the 27-year-old former NFL running back said during the interview. “This is something, you know, as a man you have to own. I’m horribly sorry for everything that I have to put my family through.”

“I think it was her … trying to take light off the situation,” Ray added about hearing his wife take some responsibility for the incident in her own personal interview the day before. “I appreciated it, but that’s not what the big deal is. The big deal is for me to always protect her, and that’s why I said I take full responsibility.”

Ray hopes to help those who are victims of domestic violence. “Domestic violence is a real issue in society. We could take our one bad night, it just happened to be on video, but we are truly sorry to the people that are really going through it. It’s a real problem. And I know when the time is right, I know my wife wants to help, I know I want to help.”

Watch his entire interview below…

Janay Rice Tells All About the Ray Rice Domestic Violence Assault, Says She 'Did Something Wrong Too'

Janay Rice, the wife of football player Ray Rice who was involved in a domestic violence situation when her husband beat her up in an elevator earlier this year, sat down with the Today show’s Matt Lauer to give an interview on her side of the events.

“I was furious,” Janay said after the domestic violence event took place. “We came home and we didn’t talk the entire ride. He tried to talk to me. I didn’t want to hear any of it. I just knew he hit me, and I was done. I just didn’t even want to entertain it. Any explanation.”

Janay then explained that she had a change of heart: “I was ready to do anything that was going to help the situation. They suggested [I apologize]. [I wanted to] help the way we looked in the media, help his image, help—obviously—his career, so they told us earlier that week we would do the press conference and I was fine with it.”

Janay, who was also joined by her mom Candy for the interview, went on to say she was also in the wrong. “That was frustrating for me because obviously people took it as I’m taking light off of what Ray did, in no way. I was basically not doing what I was told, but at the same time I didn’t think it was completely wrong for me to apologize because at the end of the day I got arrested, too. So I did something wrong, too.”

Both Janay and Candy have told Ray, “there is no next time, and we’ve already made that clear.”

Janay Rice – Today Show Interview

Ray Rice Wins Appeal To Have Indefinite Suspension Overturned & Can Play For NFL Again

Ray Rice has just won his appeal on an indefinite suspension and has been reinstated to the NFL, according to NFL Insider Ian Rapoport!

The 27-year-old football player was suspended indefinitely in September for violating the NFL’s personal conduct policy after a video of him beating his then-fiancee Janay Palmer surfaced online.

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Ray is now eligible to sign with any NFL team after he was released by the Baltimore Ravens following the incident.

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Ray Rice Video Was Sent to NFL in April, AP Source Confirms

The shocking video that shows Ray Rice beating his then-fiancee Janay Palmer in a hotel elevator was reportedly sent to the NFL back in April, a source has confirmed to the Associated Press.

A law enforcement official played a 12-second voice mail for the AP which was sent on April 9 from an NFL office phone number. In the message, a female employee of the NFL confirms the video was received and says, “You’re right. It’s terrible.”

The NFL has repeatedly said that the organization never received the video after trying to obtain it earlier this year.

“We assumed that there was a video. We asked for video. But we were never granted that opportunity,” NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said.

Ray was initially suspended for two games following the incident in February, but after the video surfaced this week, he was cut from the Baltimore Ravens roster and suspended indefinitely by the NFL.

NFL Commissioner Says Ray Rice Could Return to NFL One Day

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell gave an interview of CBS This Morning on Wednesday (September 10) and is fully opening up about the situation surrounding Ray Rice and his domestic violence-related suspension.

“I don’t rule that out, but we would have to be fully confident that he is addressing this issue. Clearly, he has paid a price for the actions that he has already taken,” Roger said about the potential for a Ray Rice return.

“I haven’t thought about that because right now, I think the focus is he’s got a lot of work to do, the family has a lot of work to do,” Roger said. “We’re going to obviously provide whatever resources we can to help them work through that. At the same time, we’re going to continue to try to implement our policies and our, our revised education and training so that we can get to people and help people and their families make the wiser decision — and know they have resources available.”

He also addressed the fact that they had asked to see the video of Ray beating up his wife Janay. “On multiple occasions, we asked for it. And on multiple occasions we were told no. I understand that there may be legal restrictions on them sharing that with us. And we’ve heard that from attorneys general and former attorneys general.”

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