Police continue to investigate allegations into the matter, but now we are finding out even more information on what exactly happened.
The Miami Dolphins wide receiver allegedly slapped a boat employee on the back of the head, but the employee does not want to press charges at this time. The incident reportedly went down as Hill’s crew tried boarding a boat without permission.
Radio host Andy Slater reported Tuesday that the alleged victim did not wish to press charges against Hill, but Margol indicated that did not mean that charges still couldn’t be filed, though that decision has yet to be made.
Even if Hill doesn’t face criminal charges, the NFL could look into the incident under the league’s Personal Conduct Policy.
The Dolphins issued a statement regarding the situation:
“We are aware of the situation and have been in contact with Tyreek, his representatives, and the NFL,” the statement read. “We will reserve further comment at this time.”
The 29-year-old was drafted by the Chiefs in 2016 and won a Super Bowl in 2020.
Hill is heading into his second season with Miami after a first one exceeded all expectations once he was traded from the Kansas City Chiefs. Hill was traded to the Miami Dolphins from the Kansas City Chiefs in 2022, and soon after, he signed an extension reportedly worth $120 million, including $72.2 million guaranteed.
The WR’s best season came last year when he racked up 1,710 yards in 119 receptions in 17 games.
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