An investigation is currently underway against a suspected battery involving an adolescent in the house of Kansas City Chiefs' star-wide receiver, Tyreek Hill.
In a statement to the Kansas City Star, the Chiefs admitted that Hill initiated an investigation.
"The club is aware of the Tyreek Hill investigation," the chiefs told the star. "We are in the process of gathering information and have been in contact with the league and local authorities, and we have no further comments at this time."
25-year-old Hill was not indicted, according to Star
According to a police report from KCTV, police in Overland Park, Kansas, were summoned to Hill's house on Thursday to investigate an alleged battery in which a juvenile victim Hill's fiancee is listed as "other party". Hill was not listed in the report.
Earlier, officials were called to Hill's address on March 5 to investigate a child abuse report or neglect. The name of Hill was listed in this report. According to police from Overland Park, the case was closed three days later when the indictment was denied.
While in the state of Oklahoma, Hill was convicted of assault due to an incident in which he was accused of beating and strangling his girlfriend. He received three years probation and was ordered to undergo anger management classes.
He finished parole in 201