Dolphins star Tyreek Hill ‘under investigation for alleged assault and battery in Miami after dispute with marina employee’
Hill has a dispute with an employee of a charter company at a marina
Miami Dolphins star Tyreek Hill is being investigated by the Miami-Dade Police Department for an alleged physical incident at Howlover Marina, according to a report.
According to Local 10 News, the wide receiver is under investigation for allegedly putting his hand on a man during a dispute with an employee of a charter company at the marina.
Police confirmed to TMZ that they are investigating an alleged assault/battery involving an NFL player.
Newstimesuk.com has reached out to Hill’s agent, Drew Rosenhaus, and the Miami-Dade Police Department for comment and confirmation.
It is currently unknown if Hill will face charges for the alleged incident or if the man was injured.
Miami Dolphins star Tyreek Hill is being investigated by Miami police for an alleged assault
Hill shared an Instagram story from a boat on Father’s Day on Sunday.
Earlier on Tuesday, his agent Rosenhaus shared a video of him swimming and wrestling with a shark caught in a fishing line, and received mixed reactions to the moment.
Rosenhaus posted the video on his social media account on Tuesday afternoon with the caption; Went fishing with @cheetah and @blacktiff, @nflrecord. I decided to get closer to this dusky shark.
Hill was said to have accompanied Rosenhaus on the trip, and one of Rosenhaus’s friends was heard asking Wideout if he wanted to join the agent on the water. His response was emphatic; ‘Hell Now’ (sic).
Hill is one of the best wide receivers in the NFL and has made the Pro Bowl in all seven of his seasons in the league.
He spent last season with the Dolphins after six seasons with the Kansas City Chiefs.
However, he surprised fans this offseason when he announced he plans to retire after the 2025-26 season, which would be his 10th in the NFL.
NFL agent Drew Rosenhaus shared a video of himself holding a dusty shark in the ocean
Rosenhaus, who has been Hill’s longtime representative, was reportedly with the Dolphins star on Sunday
‘I’m going for 10 [seasons]Man,’ Hill, who will be 31 when his contract expires after the 2025 season, told Sports Radio 810 in Kansas City, Missouri, in April.
‘I’m going to finish this deal with the Dolphins and then I’m going to call it quits. I want to go into business. I want to do many things in my life, bro.’
Hill was traded to the Dolphins in March 2022 and signed a four-year, $120 million extension that makes him the highest-paid receiver in the NFL in terms of annual average value.
‘So I really want to get into the gaming space,’ Hill said. ‘I really want to grow into it, and that’s what I’m doing at the moment. I’m using my platform, building a gaming team, which hasn’t launched yet.’
More to follow.
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