Tyreek Hill had charge expunged.
Blog King, Mass Appeal
STILLWATER — On Wednesday, inside a stuffy courtroom in Stillwater (Oklahoma), Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill had his 2014 domestic battery sentence expunged as all signs indicate he’s been a model citizen since the bloody ordeal of 4 years ago when a deranged Hill beat the snot out of his baby mama while she was pregnant with his baby. According to police reports, Hill choked the gravid damsel then punched her repeatedly on December 11, 2014.
Hill consequently pleaded guilty, served 3 years probation and now he can move forward. “I did something I shouldn’t have done,” Hill said. “I let my feelings take control of me.” Turns out, the misdeed cost him millions. The former Oklahoma State star has world class speed and first round talent.
2014 Domestic Violence charge against Chiefs @cheetah has been dropped and expunged from his record. Court documents say the guilty plea is withdrawn #ChiefsKingdom @41actionnews pic.twitter.com/QVXCoRmzcm
— Steven Dial (@StevenDialTV) August 18, 2018
But the domestic incident caused Hill to plummet to the 5th round of the 2016 NFL Draft. Rival executives, fans and media lambasted Chiefs officials for giving a so-called “woman beater” a job. However, the controversial move has paid immediate dividends for all involved.
Hill has become one of the NFL’s top receivers. His relationship with his baby mama has greatly improved. Hill is also paying child support, his kid’s doing well, and he’s a loyal contributor to the KC community.
Hate if you want.
But Hill took advantage of his second chance and he should be commended.
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