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No video in the Hunt incident at Put-In-Bay Resort

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

On Friday night, Kareem Hunt was released by the Kansas City Chiefs. One day after having a sit-down interview with ESPN, TMZ Sports there was no video in the alleged second assault.

He allegedly punched a man in Ohio at a resort. This happened four months following his incident at the Cleveland hotel, where he shoved and kicked a woman.

Former Kansas City Chiefs running back Kareem Hunt rushing the ball against the Jacksonville Jaguars
Kareem Hunt rushing the ball against the Jacksonville Jaguars (Getty Images)

Once TMZ released the video from this incident, it was tough for Hunt to escape it. The Chiefs said that Hunt lied about the incident, which is why they released him.

The alleged incident happened at the Put-In-Bay Resort on June 3rd. Hunt — who may have anger management problems — was there over this particular weekend.

He reportedly got into a verbal altercation with a guest early Sunday morning. The alleged victim says that he was punched in the face by Hunt. Hotel officials confirmed that there was an incident.

However, the man was not seriously injured, according to the gossip website. He also refused medical attention. In addition, Hunt was allowed to leave without being arrested.

The alleged victim also refused to press charges against Hunt.

TMZ Sports says they’ve spoken with the owner of the property. However — and surprisingly with cameras everywhere today — this incident was not captured on camera.

While there was no video, NFL investigators reportedly made a trip to the resort to try to capture as much information as possible. The resort reportedly cooperated with the investigators about the incident.


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