Tyreek Hill’s latest run-in with the law was captured on surveillance video, according to a reporter who obtained the incident report.
Hill, 29, is accused of striking a boat worker with an open hand to the back of the neck after he illegally boarded a charter.
“I can buy you and the boat,” Hill allegedly told police, according to Fox Sports’ Andy Slater. “I’m No. 10 with the Miami Dolphins.”
A report acquired by the South Florida Sun-Sentinel via a public records request showed that Hill and a group, including two women, boarded a charter without permission.
When a marina employee noticed the two women sitting on the boat, an argument ensued between staff and the group.
Hill, who is referred in the police report as “subject,” was being pulled away before slapping the employee and charging at the staff before being grabbed by multiple people and separated.
According to surveillance cameras, Hill fled the scene “in unknown means and direction.”
The incident presumably occurred after Hill went deep-sea fishing with his agent, Drew Rosenhaus.
Slater also reported that the victim does not intend to press charges “at this time.”
“We are aware of the situation and have been in contact with Tyreek, his representatives, and the NFL,” a Dolphins spokesperson told the AP in an email. “We will reserve further comment at this time.”
Hill was shockingly not suspended in 2019 after allegedly hitting his 3-year-old son on multiple occasions, with explosive audio leaking of the wide receiver threatening the child’s mother.
“You need to be terrified of me too, bitch,” Hill allegedly says on the recording. “That’s why you can’t keep a f–king man.”
Hill was not charged despite Johnson County District Attorney Steve Howe believing that a crime was committed involving the 3-year-old’s broken arm.
“We believe a crime has occurred. However, the evidence, in this case, does not conclusively establish who committed this crime,” the attorney said of Hill in 2019.
Hill has said that he wants to break the NFL receiving record this upcoming season.