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05 December 2018, 12:42 | Tracey Rhodes
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Even though the National Football League is just now acquiring all of the facts of the investigation, it appears like gross negligence to not do more in terms of interviewing Hunt and those involved in this incident when it first occurred.
The Chiefs released Hunt from his rookie contract last Friday, hours after TMZ published footage of Hunt shoving and kicking a 19-year-old woman during an altercation outside his hotel room last February. The video, which has no sound, shows Ottinger appear to follow Hunt into the hallway and say something to the player, who breaks free and pushes a man into Ottinger, sending them both to the ground and her face-first into a wall. "They've always taught me well and I know right from wrong. I made a poor decision and I'm willing to take full responsibility".
"You never want to see stuff like that happen", Casey said.
"The Chiefs put it behind them pretty quickly by releasing him", Casey said.
"Honestly, I never met the girl before", Hunt said.
According to TMZ, the woman that Hunt slammed down and kicked was initially ready to press charges against the ex-NFLer, but she's since gone ghost. ESPN's Adam Schefter and Chris Mortensen reported Sunday that, during its investigation into the Hunt matter, the league did not request an interview with Hunt. That's just how I look at it. "I don't blame them for anything". "The video shows that I was in the wrong".
The incident occurred about 3:45 a.m. on February 10, after Hunt invited friends over to his new apartment, and one of them apparently brought along Ottinger as a guest. For me, I just see you have a long life to live and that doesn't mean just playing football - you need to just live one day at a time.
"The Chiefs are right". Police said they did not see the video until it was made public.
"The NFL continues to pursue a complete understanding of the facts", the league said in a new statement released following Hunts' ESPN interview sunday. It's tough because I feel like I let a lot of people down.
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For the Chiefs and the league, the fallout raises questions about the commitment to addressing domestic violence incidents, a problem it attempted to solve with an investigation after the Ray Rice public-relations crisis four years ago. "It was just a disagreement, and I honestly wanted her just to leave".
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