Cleveland police probe response to Kareem Hunt case

Cleveland police probe response to Kareem Hunt case

Cleveland police probe response to Kareem Hunt case

The Cleveland Police Department released a statement Wednesday evening saying that it is now conducting an internal investigation regarding the overall response to an incident back in February. "The report did not go through the official public records request process".

Hunt, who cleared waivers on Monday, is on the commissioner's exempt list and awaiting a suspension.

In the video released by TMZ, Hunt can be seen first shoving a woman as a man attempted to break up the fight. At one point, the woman appears to stumble, and as she attempts to get up, Hunt kicks her back down.

Hunt admitted to ESPN in an interview aired Sunday that he acted inappropriately in February. "Everything is really happening fast right now, and I just want everybody to forgive me. I'm extremely embarrassed because of that video", said Hunt. And in the end, did any of the breaks he was given help either Hunt or the Chiefs? These charges have plagued the League for years, whether it was Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott or even Hill, who was accused of punching and choking his girlfriend. It was not until TMZ released a video of the incident that the National Football League handed down an indefinite suspension. Led by a versatile offense that featured a talented quarterback in Patrick Mahomes, an explosive receiver in Tyreek Hill and an elusive back in Hunt, Kansas City was a popular Super Bowl favorite that has had a beyond exciting season. According to a police report acquired by TMZ Sports, the alleged attack occurred on january 7, 2018. And if they already had the police report, as they claim, why did they file for it again, if not to hide the fact that they'd known more than they pretended to?

Teams such as the Philadelphia Eagles and Dallas Cowboys have shown interest in the former Chiefs runningback. Hunt issued a public apology.

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