Larry Johnson Rips Kareem Hunt, 'Should've Learned From My Mistakes'

Larry Johnson Rips Kareem Hunt, 'Should've Learned From My Mistakes'

Larry Johnson Rips Kareem Hunt, 'Should've Learned From My Mistakes'

Chiefs running back Kareem Hunt was reportedly sent home from the team's facility Friday after a video was released that showed him shoving and kicking a woman.

Hunt gets restrained by his acquaintances before the woman slapped at him. It then shows the incident reported.

In August, Chiefs' CEO Clark Hunt was asked about "some offseason issues" involving Kareem Hunt and if he had any concerns about his running back and said he didn't expect Hunt to be suspended.

"Kareem is a young man, second year in the league, obviously had a very big year on the field last year", he said in speaking of the February incident. Then, he shoves her. A third person, a man, stands between Hunt and the woman, but Hunt shoves her. Near the end of the video, Hunt is also caught on film kicking the woman while she's on the ground.

According to TMZ Sports, the incident took place outside of Hunt's hotel room at The Metropolitan in Cleveland on February 10. Another woman who was with Hunt said he assaulted her.

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Police were called to the hotel but no one was arrested and no charges were filed.

After being kicked out, one of Hunt's friends said that the woman started using racial slurs. TMZ reports that prosecutors had access to the hotel surveillance video. Kansas City now owns a one-game lead over the Patriots for the No. 1 seed in the AFC ahead of their visit to the Oakland Raiders on Sunday afternoon.

The NFL has not responded to TMZ's request for comment.

Despite that, the National Football League elected to not suspend Hunt for the attack.

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