Video of Chiefs running back Kareem Hunt assaulting woman surfaces

Kareem Hunt's Wikipedia page gets destroyed after disturbing kicking video surfaces

TMZ has posted video of Kansas City Chiefs running back Kareem Hunt shoving and kicking a 19-year-old woman at a Cleveland hotel earlier this year.

The video shows the Kansas City Chiefs star running-back involved in an argument first with the woman.

Then, seconds after that, Hunt can be seen kicking the woman before he's dragged away. After she strikes him in the face, he shoves her again and later pushes another man into her, knocking the woman to the ground.

The group also claimed the woman struck one of Hunt's female friends, leading to the altercation. The website reports the 19-year-old woman, who was not identified, told police the confrontation started because Hunt wanted her to hook up with someone in his entourage and she refused. It appears to be a classic case of he said - she said.

Police did not arrest Hunt, because they were reportedly unable to determine if a crime had been committed.

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The video shows things could have been much worse, as Hunt appeared to try to charge at the woman multiple times but was held back.

Albright tweeted that both the Chiefs and the league were aware of the existence of the video that TMZ ultimately made public. The incident occurred at 3:22 in the morning, on February 18, 2018. The team hasn't issued a statement about the matter, and it's not clear if Hunt will play on in the Chiefs' next game against the Oakland Raiders on Sunday.

The NFL has not responded to TMZ's request for comment.

"I've learned from it and I'm focused on football", Kareem told reporters. At some point in the night, everyone headed back to Hunt's place at The Metropolitan at the 9, where the incident took place.