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Tuesday, November 19, 2019

Audio recording suggests Tyreek Hill was responsible for son’s injuries

A new audio recording suggests that Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill was responsible for harming his child.

The recording, obtained by KCTV, is of Hill and fiancee Crystal Espinal. Its recording is attributed to Espinal, who gave it to a friend as an “insurance policy.”

In the recording, Espinal is heard saying their son said “daddy did it” regarding alleged child abuse, though Hill denies that he broke the child’s arm. It is suggested that Hill used a belt on the child. Hill can also be heard telling Espinal “you need to be terrified of me, too, b—-” in response to Espinal telling Hill that their son is terrified of him.

According to KCTV, the 11-minute recording has been turned over to the Johnson County District Attorney, which had been investigating the case. The audio can be heard here.

The audio went public a day after it was announced that Hill would not be charged in the alleged abuse of his child. While the district attorney felt a crime was committed, there was not enough evidence to charge Hill — or anyone else — with a crime. This audio may spark further investigation, and the NFL, capable of imposing its own discipline, will be taking it into account as well.



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