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Friday, March 22, 2019

Kareem Hunt accused of attacking man at nightclub back in January

Kareem Hunt

Kareem Hunt was waived by the Kansas City Chiefs last week after a video of him shoving and kicking a woman surfaced, and it turns out that was just one incident in a series of off-field red flags surrounding the star running back.

According to a police report obtained by TMZ, Hunt was accused of attacking a man at a nightclub in Kansas City following the Chiefs’ loss to the Tennessee Titans back in January. In the report, the alleged victim says he saw his friend getting shoved by three men, one of whom was former Chiefs running back George Atkinson. The man says he confronted Atkinson and was punched in the shoulder before a group of men — which he says included Hunt — all began beating him.

The man told police he was treated at a nearby hospital after he was hit in his head and body multiple times and believes he lost consciousness. He suffered a broken nose, broken ribs and multiple bruises. He also had cuts on his mouth at the time he filed the police report. He told police he did not want to file a report but family members convinced him he needed to.

Kansas City police told TMZ that neither Hunt nor Atkinson were ever arrested, as the victim stopped cooperating with the investigation after he filed his report.

The January nightclub incident would have been not long before Hunt got into a physical altercation with a woman at the hotel in Cleveland where he had been living. Then in June, Hunt was accused of punching a man in the face during an altercation at a resort where he had been partying.

Hunt went unclaimed on Monday despite reportedly receiving interest from some teams. He is almost certain to be facing a six-game suspension, and the ban could be even longer given that there are multiple instances where the NFL could say he violated the league’s personal conduct policy.



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