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Kansas City Chief’s Kareem Hunt Allegedly Punched a Man At Ohio Resort

Kansas City Chiefs running back #KareemHunt has found himself involved in another physical altercation just months after he was accused of shoving a woman at a hotel in February. Although Hunt’s friends said the victim was lying in that incident, officials have already confirmed that this weekend’s incident was, in fact, a physical altercation involving Hunt. 

According to TMZ Sports, the incident occurred early Sunday morning at the Bay Lodging Resort in Put-in-Bay, Ohio. Sources say Hunt had been partying at the resort all weekend long, but things took a turn for the worse when an argument ensued between Hunt and another resort guest. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀

In a short interview with the alleged victim, he told the publication that Hunt punched him in the face, hard. However, he was not seriously injured and Hunt was not arrested in the incident. The victim also said he does not plan on pressing charges against the baller, as he would much rather move on with his life. 

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The Chiefs have yet to comment on the matter.

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