The incident happened on February 10, 2018, at the Metropolitan at the 9 in Clevland, Ohio.
Being placed on the exempt list means the player is paid and does not count against the club's 53-man roster. Before the altercation ends, Hunt is seen getting in one last kick. Cleveland.com reported then that one police report listed Hunt as a suspect, and another report listed the female Hunt shoved, Abigail Ottinger, as a suspect. Hunt turns a corner and confronts the woman, shoving her hard.
One of Hunt's former college teammates told police the accuser went insane after they were told to leave - and "began calling him and Hunt the N-word and specifically she stated, 'F*ck you n*gger". 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 only thing that both stories corroborated was that the woman was not allowed in Hunt's room and that was when the fight broke out.
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The video shows friends trying to intervene during the argument which shows Hunt pushing a woman, who responded by taking a swing at Hunt.
Albright tweeted that both the Chiefs and the league were aware of the existence of the video that TMZ ultimately made public.
Hunt spoke of this incident at training camp in August, along with another incident in which he was accused of punching a man. When asked to elaborate on the lessons he learned, he replied: "Just be in the right place at the right time". Hunt, a 2017 Pro Bowler, is second in the National Football League in rushing yards for the season.