TMZ releases video of Chiefs RB Kareem Hunt attacking a woman

by Leon Thompson December 1, 2018, 1:45
TMZ releases video of Chiefs RB Kareem Hunt attacking a woman

Through body-cam footage obtained by TMZ, the woman and witnesses gave differing accounts of what escalated the incident. At the beginning of the 79-second video, Hunt clearly shoves a woman. It adds the 19-year-old woman told police things started when Hunt kicked her out of his room when she refused to hook up with someone he was associated with. At one point, however, he appeared to barrel into a man, who then bumped into the woman and sent her flying. A man attempts to get in between the two and Hunt overpowers the man, shoving the woman again and she falls to the floor.

In the video of the incident, which had been previously reported by multiple outlets, Hunt and the woman trade words in a hallway and are separated by several people on multiple occasions.

Neither the team nor the National Football League took no action against Hunt after the incident. The incident did not receive much attention, and Chiefs CEO Clark Hunt said he did not think Hunt would be suspended. The move likely means Hunt will not play in Sunday's game against the Oakland Raiders. The video took place on February 10, 2018 at 3:22 a.m. Andy Reid, the Chiefs coach, also said he had spoken with Hunt following the incident. His friends said the woman had gone insane and was kicked out for calling Hunt the n-word. He was not charged by prosecutors, but one police report listed Hunt as a suspect while another one listed Ottinger as a suspect. They said she then hit one of his female friends.

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Both parties involved filed reports with the police and no charges were brought against either party.

The Chiefs organization has yet to comment.

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