"I'm extremely embarrassed because of that video". "I was in the wrong, and I'm not that type of person". Besides asking them to survey the footage, the victim wanted the Cleveland PD to retrieve the sim card Kareem Hunt had stolen from her phone before kicking her out the lobby. He shouldn't have done it, and you should never put your hands on a woman unless your life was in danger, but at no time did he brutalize her. ". It was a disagreement". She says it was eventually returned but, apparently, without the SIM card. Hunt previously denied the assault.
"That's not an excuse", he said. That person in that video did not deserve that. "I regret the entire thing and I'm gonna take the time to you know, like I said, better myself and learn from this".
The NFL said in a statement Sunday that its investigation began immediately after the incident in February and that the league "continues to pursue a complete understanding of the facts". The Chiefs cut him in the wake of the video, stating Hunt had lied to the team about the events that transpired, and Hunt has been placed on the Commissioner's Exempt List. Once the Chiefs found out about the video on Friday afternoon, they pulled him off the practice field and sent him home. The incident had been reported by multiple outlets in February, but Friday, Nov. 30, 2018, was the first time that the league and the public were able to see the video. After all, the Chiefs still choose to pay Tyreek Hill, who has plead guilty to choking and punching his then-pregnant girlfriend in the stomach in 2014, so it's not the action that got Hunt the boot. "I didn't tell them everything, and I don't blame them for anything".
In its grainy and graphic footage, the video brought a new dimension to developments, showing that what Hunt had told the Chiefs was not the case. And when I saw the video, I realized what I did. And it's really tough.
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Per NFL Network, Hunt faces more than the baseline six-game suspension for violating the NFL's personal conduct policy, and the league is investigating the June incident, which could result in additional discipline. If no team claims him, he will enter free agency. If the National Football League finds that Hunt was in the wrong in both situations, the former Chiefs running back could be looking at the possibility of a potentially long suspension. Hunt is listed as the suspect in one of them and a woman, Abigail Ottinger, is the suspect in the other one.
"I don't even know how to get in contact with her, but if could I would want to tell her right now that I am sorry for my actions that night", he said. Hunt also kicks the woman in the leg.
The player also said that he plans to seek counseling to ensure that this never happens again, saying that his temper may have been a factor in the incident. He asked for forgiveness in the ESPN interview - and said he believed he deserved it.