Published: Mon, December 03, 2018
Sport | By Ashley Hunter

Kareem Hunt admits to lying to Chiefs about hotel assault

Kareem Hunt admits to lying to Chiefs about hotel assault

Hunt admitted that anger "could be an issue" and that he wants to get treatment, and Rice told NFL Network on Saturday that he would offer his help and experience in moving forward.

He said he is seeking counseling.

The league reiterated that point in a new statement Sunday. I know my upbringing wasn't ideal.

According to Ian Rappaport, Hunt is facing a minimum of a six game suspension.

The reason there's weren't any charges filed in February is because there were two police reports filed from the incident with one listing Hunt as a suspect and another that listed the woman as the suspect.

"The Chiefs are right, and I didn't tell them everything", he said. "It was just a big, big mistake by me". Not only is that completely irresponsible, unethical and flat out wrong, but it's also ignorant to hope in the digital era for any such evidence to just go away. It will include a review of the new information that was made public on Friday - which was not available to the National Football League previously - as well as further conversations with all parties involved in the incident.

Hunt said he was raised right by his family and that the incident was out of character for him. But he did have a message for her on air on Sunday.

"You look back at it and obviously you see some similarities between what happened in my situation", Rice added. The video shows it. I'm not the type of person to ever even think about putting my hands on anyone. "I'm really disappointed in myself".

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Hunt's punishment could come even though he may not face charges from either incident. He lied to the Chiefs about the incident, and did not receive discipline.

The Chiefs released Hunt on Friday, saying he was not honest with them during their initial inquiry into the incident.

Hunt then kicks the woman in the leg, the video shows.

Hunt said if he got the chance to speak to the woman in the video again he would say, "I am sorry for my actions that night". But neither the team nor the league had seen the video before it became public Friday. Everybody cares about you. "They pretty much said we love you, everybody cares about you, and just we have to let you go". "Because he has a long life to live, this will be a defining moment, but it shouldn't be the moment that defines you". I regret the decision I made that night.

"I want to apologise for my actions". It had previously been reported that a racial slur was used at Hunt, which escalated things. He's since been released by the Kansas City Chiefs and his career is in doubt. He can not serve his suspension until claimed by a team.

Hunt was asked to explain why and how the incident escalated. With that said, the unnamed victim still has 18-months to bring her case to the Prosecutor's Office, before the motion expires.

"It's no excuse for me to act that way". "That person in the video did not deserve that".

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