Cleveland police reportedly conducting internal review of Kareem Hunt report

Cleveland police reportedly conducting internal review of Kareem Hunt report

Police in Cleveland have launched an internal investigation to determine how the National Football League got the police report for the February 10 incident involving ex-Kansas City Chiefs running back Kareem Hunt, according to multiple reports Wednesday.

The video published by TMZ showed Hunt push a woman, push another man into a woman and then kick her as she attempted to get up while friends of the parties involved attempted to intercede throughout the confrontation that occurred in a hallway. One involves a fight at a Kansas City nightclub in January. The list indicated no request by league officials until TMZ published the brutal footage on November 30. Nevertheless, he went unclaimed on waivers on Monday after his release from the Chiefs. Additionally, the Chiefs never made a formal request for the assault report, according to public records reviewed by The Star. As you might recall, Hunt lost his job, was put on the commissioner's exempt list, all within hours of the hotel video surfacing.

League officials said late Tuesday that they had "multiple verbal conversations" with cops in Cleveland and sought out video footage upon learning of the incident.

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"In addition, NFL representatives also made requests for surveillance video to the hotel property", Brian McCarthy, the league's vice president of communications, told ESPN.

The city also said it is reviewing the "overall response" by the police department regarding its handling of the incident.

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