Video of incident between Chiefs' Hunt, woman surfaces

Chiefs' Kareem Hunt Seen Pushing, Kicking Woman In Hotel Surveillance Video

Chiefs' Kareem Hunt Seen Pushing, Kicking Woman In Hotel Surveillance Video

Hunt was seen leaving the facility just 20 minutes after TMZ Sports released footage from the hotel, where Hunt was involved in an incident last February.

Police were called to the scene but no arrests were made that night because officers say they were unable to determine if a crime has been committed, TMZ reported, citing police reports.

Abigail Ottinger, 19, of Middleburg Heights, told police that Hunt assaulted her around 3:45 a.m. Saturday outside Hunt's hotel apartment, but another woman who was with Hunt's friends said that Ottinger assaulted her, police reports say.

Someone can be seen trying to restrain Hunt, who weighs 201 pounds, before the woman hits him in the face, sending him into a fit of rage.

Chiefs' Kareem Hunt Seen Pushing, Kicking Woman In Hotel Surveillance Video

In the end, Hunt kicks the woman while she's crouched on the ground. Kansas City now owns a one-game lead over the Patriots for the No. 1 seed in the AFC ahead of their visit to the Oakland Raiders on Sunday afternoon.

Hunt spoke of this incident at training camp in August, along with another incident in which he was accused of punching a man. According to TMZ, police were given access to the video from the Metropolitan hotel. A verbal altercation broke out into a physical fight involving Hunt, although again, no charges were filed by police.

Remember, Johnson - who was a great running back for the Chiefs back in the day - had several issues with violence toward women during his National Football League career. and has openly talked about how he regrets the choices he made. This season, he has run for 824 yards and seven TDs in 11 games and has seven touchdowns receiving. "I'm sure he learned some lessons this off-season and hopefully won't be in those kinds of situations in the future", he said.

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