Report: Woman files lawsuit against Tyreek Hill for ‘violently’ charging at her

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A social media influencer is suing Miami Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill for “violently charging at her during a ‘friendly football lesson,’ per the Miami Herald.

According to the lawsuit filed in Broward County (Florida) circuit court, Hill is alleged to have broken Sophie Hall’s leg last summer while the two participated in football drills at Hill’s residence.

According to the lawsuit, she caused Hill to be pushed backwards during one of the drills, which caused “laughter” from the witnesses presented. The incident allegedly angered Hill. Shortly after during one of the plays, Hill “violently and with great force” charged into the woman, per court documents.

Representatives for Hill did not immediately respond to USA TODAY Sports’ request for comment.

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Hill is listed as 5-foot-10, 191 pounds on the Dolphins official website.

Last July, Hill reached a settlement to resolve a June incident in which he was accused of striking an employee at a Miami marina.

Hill is coming off a 2023 season that saw him lead the NFL with 1,799 receiving yards. He also tied a league-high with 13 touchdown receptions. Hill is a five-time first-team All-Pro and he’s made the Pro Bowl in all eight of his NFL seasons.

The Dolphins acquired Hill in a March 2022 trade with the Kansas City Chiefs.

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