Video shows Chiefs' Kareem Hunt shoving/kicking woman in hotel earlier this year


Running back Kareem Hunt #27 of the Kansas City Chiefs carries the ball during the game against the Denver Broncos at Arrowhead Stadium on October 28, 2018 in Kansas City, Missouri.

TMZ Sports on Friday released video showing Kansas City Chiefs running back Kareem Hunt shoving a woman at a Cleveland hotel in February.

Hunt was not arrested in either offseason incident, but we've seen many times that an arrest isn't necessary for the league to hand down punishment. TMZ reports that prosecutors had access to the hotel surveillance video.

The video was taken in the hallway, and shows Hunt pointing and gesturing, and then a woman approaches. He needs to be held back repeatedly by others during the melee.

The website reports the 19-year-old woman, who was not identified, told police the confrontation started because Hunt wanted her to hook up with someone in his entourage and she refused.

La Policía encuentra un cadáver mientras busca a adolescente hispana desaparecida
La joven había salido de su casa para encender la camioneta en la que un familiar la llevaría a la parada del autobús escolar . La hermana de la víctima relató a una estación local WRAL , que "de pronto, de la nada vino el hombre y se la llevó".

Hunt denied the allegations when he spoke to police and said he called hotel security to remove the two women from the building, according to the Plain-Dealer. However, Hunt's friends told police that the woman went off when she was asked to leave and called Kareem the n-word. They also reported that another woman who was with Hunt's friends said the woman assaulted her.

The Chiefs have not commented on the video.

Hunt, who led the National Football League in rushing yards last season, was never suspended by the National Football League for the incident.

It will be interesting to see what the Chiefs/NFL do with this, especially considering video of these types of incidents usually changes everything.