Video of incident between Chiefs' Hunt, woman surfaces

Virginia Santiago
December 1, 2018

The clip, which came from an OH hotel hallway camera, was published by TMZ on Friday afternoon.

Kansas City Chiefs running back Kareem Hunt on November 19, 2018. The move likely means Hunt will not play in Sunday's game against the Oakland Raiders. Not only did the female call the cops on Hunt, but Hunt's friend also called police on her. Hunt can be seen shoving the woman, but when she hits him back, he shoves his friend into her.

"Kareem is a young man, second year in the league, obviously had a very big year on the field last year", he said in speaking of the February incident.

Melania Trump fires back at Christmas decoration critics
Melania Trump has responded to criticism of her choice of Christmas decorations for the White House, saying they "look fantastic". It's not the first time Stephen King's horror hotel movie has been mentioned in connection with the first lady's holiday tastes.

TMZ says the woman told officers the incident started when Hunt kicked her out of his room because he wouldn't "hook up" with one of his friends. At that point, someone in Hunt's party apparently gave the woman and her friend $20 for a ride home, but the woman didn't want to leave.

According to TMZ, police responded to the scene, but no one was ever arrested and no charges were filed.

"[It's} unclear why the National Football League has not taken any action against Hunt", according to TMZ. He was not charged by prosecutors, but one police report listed Hunt as a suspect while another one listed Ottinger as a suspect.

Europa League: Sarri confirms two Chelsea players to miss PAOK clash
Sarri has encouraged Kante to get forward in matches and his latest comments may appear to be a contradiction. One week of training and a couple of matches and he'll be back at the best level of physical condition.

It's reminiscent of the Ray Rice situation in 2014, after the then-Ravens running back knocked out his fiancee (now wife) in a hotel elevator. A verbal altercation broke out into a physical fight involving Hunt, although again, no charges were filed by police. "Just be in the right place at the right time".

Chiefs owner Clark Hunt issued a statement at the time about the reports. Andy Reid, the Chiefs coach, also said he had spoken with Hunt following the incident.

Ukrainian parliament votes for martial law amid Russian Federation clash
The Russian government has accused Poroshenko of somehow orchestrating the entire incident in order to postpone the election. In Kerch, two Russian police officers with automatic rifles stood on the pier where the Ukrainian vessels were moored.

Other reports by

Discuss This Article