Chiefs' Tyreek Hill linked to domestic battery case in suburban KC

Chiefs' Tyreek Hill linked to domestic battery case in suburban KC

The Kansas City Star's Steve Vockrodt and Brooke Pryor reported on Friday that Hill is being investigated by the Overland Park, KS police department for his potential involvement in the battery of his son.

According to KCTV, the police report filed Thursday marked the second time this month that officers have been called to Hill's place of residence.

According to the report from The Star, which cites a source close to Hill's fiancee, the incident involves the couple's son and resulted in the child sustaining a broken arm.

A police report obtained by The Star regarding the alleged battery named a juvenile as the victim.

Espinal, the woman at the center of the investigation, is now engaged to Hill.

As of Friday afternoon, Hill has not been charged with a crime. KCTV5 confirmed that the March 14 report occurred at the same residence as the March 5 report.

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TMZ reached out to the District Attorney's office regarding the issue but were told nothing Tyreek Hill-related was listed in the system.

Hill, 25, has a history of violence and abuse.

Hill pleaded guilty to domestic assault and battery in 2015 after his then-pregnant girlfriend said he choked her and punched her in the face and stomach back when he was a student at Oklahoma State University. Hill's sentence for three years was later deferred by a judge and all charges were dismissed and expunged.

The Chiefs sent a statement to the Kansas City Star addressing the investigation.

Hill has made the Pro Bowl all three years he's been in the NFL, and as he enters the last year of his deal in 2019, he and the Chiefs had begun discussing an extension that would make him one of the league's highest-paid receivers.

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