Along with that video came two other allegations, one of which is a man who claims he was brutally attacked by Kareem Hunt in a nightclub back in January and the other of him allegedly attacking another man some four months after the attack on the young lady. Hunt is listed as the suspect in one of them and a woman, Abigail Ottinger, is the suspect in the other one.
The Chiefs cut Hunt on Friday after he lied about kicking and shoving the woman during an altercation back in February that was caught on video.
It looks like the Kansas City Chiefs roster isn't the only entity that disgraced running back Kareem Hunt has been removed from in the past week. Hunt also was involved in a June incident, according to TMZ, in which he allegedly punched a man at an OH resort. Within the report, the man says he was treated for broken ribs and a broken nose among bruises and contusions.
Hunt admitted to lying to the Chiefs about the incident, but said he had not been questioned about it by the league.
The victim said he confronted Atkinson, who responded by punching him in the shoulder. The man said several witnesses told him that at least eight persons were involved in the assault.
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Several executives with National Football League teams said before the news that Hunt went unclaimed that they were not interested in acquiring his playing rights but were not certain about the approach that other franchises would take.
Hunt's entourage comes to help and attempts to hold him back. Again, no charges were filed and no video tape has surfaced. Hunt then did a live interview with ESPN's Lisa Salters on Sunday's NFL Countdown, trying to explain why that incident isn't representative of who he is.
"I hope so", Hunt told ESPN Sunday about the possibility of returning to the field.
Hunt rushed for 1,327 yards as a rookie with the Chiefs last season. I wish I could apologize to them and let them know there's no hard feelings between me and the Chiefs. He had run for 824 yards this season, with seven touchdowns rushing and seven more receiving, in helping the Chiefs to a 9-2 start and a lead in the AFC West.