Chiefs' Hill under investigation for alleged battery incident

Chiefs WR Tyreek Hill part of police investigation in Overland Park

Chiefs' Hill under investigation for alleged battery incident

Following the incident with Espinal, Hill went to therapy and went to counseling for anger management.

Hill's name is not listed on the most recent battery report, but his address is the listed location.

The Chiefs released a statement that read: "The club is aware of the investigation involving Tyreek Hill".

An unidentified source familiar with the situation told The Kansas City Star that the alleged battery involved Hill and Espinal's 3-year-old son and resulted in a broken arm. "We're in the process of gathering information and have been in contact with the league and local authorities". Hill's fiancee has reportedly been in contact with the police. As of Friday evening, Hill has yet to be accused of any crime, according to The Star. "We'll have no further comment at this time".

Hill, 25, was arrested in December 2014 for punching and choking his pregnant girlfriend, Crystal Espinal, who is now Hill's fiancee and is pregnant with twins, per the Star.

Chiefs WR Tyreek Hill part of police investigation in Overland Park
Chiefs confirm Hill under police investigation

According to multiple reports, the team was preparing to make the star wide receiver one of the highest-paid players in the game. He was kicked off the team and pleaded guilty to domestic assault and battery by strangulation, and received three years of probation in the case.

Hill completed his probation in August, causing the domestic-abuse charges to be dismissed and his record to be expunged.

Hill transferred to West Alabama and was chosen by the Chiefs in the fifth round of the 2016 draft, a selection widely criticized given his history.

According to KCTV5 in Kansas City, police were also called to Hill's home in regards to a report of child abuse or neglect, which police closing the report three days later.

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