Johnson County DA will not charge Tyreek Hill in battery abuse investigation
weeks after the authorities confirmed that they had investigated two reports in which a child was examined at the home of Kansas City Chiefs-wide receiver Tyreek Hill The district attorney Johnson County said he would not be charged
weeks after the authorities had confirmed that they were examining two reports of a child in the home of Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill, the district attorney Johnson County said that Hill would not file any charges ,
"Daddy did it, you heard the boy's mother, Crystal Espinal, paraphrasing the boy. "He is afraid of you."
Hill answered, "You must be afraid of me too, b —-."
The television station said the 11-minute recording was made in an airport in Dubai. The star could not independently confirm Thursday that Hill and Espinal were the recording.
According to the TV channel, the recordings were taken by Hill and Espinal as they discussed what they told the investigators and who "whistled" them. In it, the two accused themselves of having laid a son to their son. Espinal seemed to say that she told the investigator that her son was getting "angry."
"I did not do anything," Hill replied.
The TV station said he had given everyone involved time to answer before releasing the audio file at 6:00 pm. Transmission.
In mid-March news surfaced that Overland Park police brought two reports home in Hill's Johnson County, one for battery and the other for child abuse and neglect. The police reports of March 5 and 14 reported on a child.
Johnson County District Attorney Steve Howe held a press conference Wednesday, announcing that the criminal investigation between Hill and Espinal, who are pregnant with twins, has been discontinued and he will not file any charges.
Howe said the child had been injured and believes that a crime had occurred, but he could not prove who committed the crime.
" We are deeply disturbed by this situation and are concerned about the health and well-being of the child in question," said Howe.
Howe's office did not immediately return a request from The Star.
Hill's attorney declined to comment on KCTV-5's report on Thursday.
The Kansas Department of Children and Families has an ongoing child protection case.
The Star reported last week that Hill & # 39; s 3-year-old son was recently removed from custody of Hill and Espinal It was not clear when the boy was dropped off or who he lives with.
25-year-old Hill issued a statement on Thursday and thanked the Chiefs and his lawyers for support, and Hill said he remained focused on being the best person for his family and the best player he could be to help his team win
"I love and support my family over everything," he said in his lawyer's statement. "The health and happiness of my son comes first with me."