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Investigators believe Chiefs WR Tyreek Hill did not break his son’s arm

Chiefs WR Tyreek Hill was thrown under the bus hard, and everyone said he broke his son’s arm but investigators are saying he is not responsible. Sounds like many need to give him an apology.

Tyreek Hill was thrown under the bus big time by the media, and now investigators are saying that the star wideout did not break his son’s arm.

WHB radio in Kansas City reports that investigators decided early in the process that neither Hill nor Crystal Espinal, the boy’s mother, broke the child’s arm.


“The investigation into the couple’s parenting accelerated when Overland Park police checked on the boy in March and found bruises and welts on his body,” the report explains. “Both Hill and Espinal have admitted to investigators that they spanked the three-year-old with their hands and a belt, but prosecutors can’t determine for sure which parent, or if both, went too far.

“In April Johnson County District Attorney Steve Howe held a press conference to announce criminal charges wouldn’t be brought against Hill or Espinal but stated he believed a crime was committed against the boy and it was believed the crime was about the broken arm.  It was not.  Howe’s team has halted working on the case as they still can’t bring charges for bruising and harming the boy.”

This is interesting, and while the NFL will still investigate the matter, it sounds like Hill took some heavy punishment from the media outlets, but will he ever be forgiven? That is the question.

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