Kansas City Chiefs receiver Tyreek Hill under investigation for alleged battery

Chiefs WR Tyreek Hill part of police investigation in Overland Park

Chiefs' Hill under investigation for alleged battery incident

The Kansas City Star is reporting that Chiefs' wideout Tyreek Hill was named in a police report concerning the alleged abuse of a minor. Her name is listed on both police reports.

The station reports Overland Park police were called to the home Thursday afternoon and that the National Football League and Chiefs are aware of the investigation, which Overland Park police turned over to the Johnson County District Attorney's Office for review.

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.

As of Friday afternoon, Hill has not been charged with a crime.

"The club is aware of the investigation involving Tyreek Hill", the Chiefs stated.

Chiefs WR Tyreek Hill part of police investigation in Overland Park

The second report, dated March 14, regarded alleged battery of a juvenile at the same address. Hill was not listed on the report.

This is a very serious allegation especially given Hill's history of domestic violence.

She is also the woman involved in Hill's 2014 domestic assault and battery charges while the receiver was at Oklahoma State University. Espinal, according to the Star, is now pregnant with twins. He was given three years of probation and ordered to undergo anger management classes. The domestic violence conviction was dismissed and expunged from his record a year ago after he completed his probation requirements.

Following the 2016 NFL Draft, the Chiefs faced some backlash for selecting Hill, who pleaded guilty to abusing and strangling Espinal while the two were in college.

Even without released star running back Kareem Hunt, Kansas City remains stacked with playmakers, like wide receivers Tyreek Hill and Sammy Watkins, tight end Travis Kelce, and running back Damien Williams.

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