Judge dismisses, expunges Tyreek Hill’s domestic assault, battery charges

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According to court records, Tyreek Hill’s domestic assault and battery charges have been dismissed and expunged.

According to information on the Oklahoma District Court’s website, a judge found Hill to be in compliance, withdrew the guilty plea, entered a not guilty plea, and ordered the case to be dismissed and expunged.

Those charges were the same ones everyone was talking about when the Chiefs drafted him.

Hill’s then-pregnant girlfriend said he choked her and punched her in the face and in the stomach in December of 2014.

That was when he was a student at Oklahoma State.

Hill pleaded guilty to the two charges, domestic assault and battery, in 2015.

The judge deferred Hill’s sentence for three years and the victim agreed to the deferment and gave him a clean slate.

This week in court, the district attorney in Payne County said there was no reason to object to the dismissal.

After the incident in 2014, Hill was dismissed from the football and track teams at Oklahoma State.

Hill has completed years-long anger management courses and a program for batterers during the three years.

He also paid a fine and, in 2017, started paying child support.

Hill is a wide receiver for the Kansas City Chiefs.

KCTV5 News has reached out to the Chiefs for a comment. They have yet to respond at the time of publication.

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Chiefs draft pick Tyreek Hill responds to domestic violence controversy

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