Overland Park, Kan. The police were summoned to the home of Kansas City Chiefs wide-recipient Tyreek Hill, shortly after a television station that aired a sound recording, in which he and his fiancé discuss violations of their three-year-old son. In this case, the star player was suspended and the prosecutor's attention was raised to non-appeal.
Several media reported Friday that the police from Overland Park went to Hill's house and his fiancé Crystal Espinal on Thursday night after an anonymous phone call from someone worried about Espinal. According to reports, Espinal was fine and officers were only home for a short time. A police spokesperson for Overland Park did not respond immediately to a call from the Associated Press.
Police were called into the apartment twice last month and found that the boy had been injured. On Wednesday, Johnson County District Attorney Steve Howe said he would not file charges against Hill or Espinal, although his office believed a crime had taken place. He said the available evidence did not prove who had hurt the child.
"As a prosecutor, as a father of four, it's frustrating when someone hurts a child and you can not help it," Howe said then. "One of the elements of a crime is that you have to prove who this person is who committed the crime."
A day later, KCTV in Kansas City aired a portion of an 1
Hill denied any role in what happened to the child and said," He says daddy does a lot of things. " Also, Espinal Hill says her son is" scared of you. "
Hill replies, "You must also be afraid of me, slut."
Later, Espinal Hill asks, "What are you doing when the child is bad? You let him open his arms and you hit him in the chest. "
Howe did not respond to the request for annotation of the audio recording, which according to the TV channel was provided to his office. KCTV said the recording is said to have been taken in March when the parents walked through an airport in Dubai. The station said Espinal had sent it to at least one friend who shared with KCTV, "someone who worries about the well being of the couple's child."
The Chiefs have suspended Hill while the team's developments examined. The NFL could punish Hill as part of their personal behavior.
The story of Hill with Espinal is well known. In 2015, he pleaded guilty to domestic assault and battery strangulation in an incident with his then-pregnant girlfriend last year. The incident led to his release from the state of Oklahoma and was sentenced to probation until August 2018. Finally, he played in tiny West Alabama, where he came juggling school and football with counseling sessions and other judicial services juggling up to the NFL
Hill, a fifth-round pick who is Pro Bowler twice, was part of a controversial design class of Chiefs and then General Manager John Dorsey in 2016.
The Chiefs also spent a third round pick this year KeiVarae Russell, who missed a full season because he violated Notre Dame's code of honor in academic misconduct. Demarcus Robinson, who was detained four times in Florida for drug abuse and other violations; and a sixth round to Virginia Tech linebacker Dadi Nicolas, who was once charged with theft and banned from beating an official. Among them, only Robinson is on the scene.
Last year, the Chiefs released a star that provided Kareem Hunt with a video showing him kicking and kicking a woman in a hotel corridor. Hunt is suspended for the first eight games of the upcoming season, but has signed a one-year contract with Cleveland under Dorsey, Brown's GM, who signed Hunt while he was with the Chiefs.