Update: OSU football star Tyreek Hill released from team after accusations of abuse surface

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Tyreek Hill, Photo courtesy of Payne County Jail

UPDATE: Oklahoma State University announced that it has released Tyreek Hill from the OSU football team.

“Oklahoma State University does not tolerate domestic abuse or violence. Based on the evidence and the serious allegations that have been made, Head Football Coach Mike Gundy has announced that Tyreek Hill has been dismissed from the OSU football team. He also has been dismissed from the track team. The allegations are under investigation by Stillwater Police and by the OSU Office of Student Conduct. Those processes will proceed independently,” read a statement from Gary Shutt, OSU’s communications officer.

 

UPDATED 12/12/14  1:53P M

STILLWATER, Okla. –  New information involving  Oklahoma State University running back Tyreek Hill and his arrest on domestic violence charges.

The Stillwater, Okla. police report show s that the woman told an investigator that she was eight weeks pregnant with Hill’s child.

She was “very concerned about her pregnancy due to Hill punching her in the stomach,” an investigator wrote in a report.

Hill has been booked into the Payne County Jail and will face a judge around 1:30 p.m Friday afternoon.

Click here to read police report involving OSU’s Tyreek Hill

His bond was set for $15,000.

 

STILLWATER, Okla. – Oklahoma  State University running back Tyreek Hill has been arrested after a domestic abuse complaint.

Hill, 20, was arrested Thursday night after police say he got into a fight with this girlfriend at his Stillwater home.

Stillwater police say that his girlfriend was admitted to a hospital, and told police there that Hill hit her in the face and stomach and choked her.

The girlfriend, 20, was treated and released from the hospital.

Police say Hill was arrested at his home around 11 p.m. on probable cause for domestic abuse by strangulation.

The charge is a felony and is punishable by 1-3 years imprisonment and/or $3,000 fine.

Hill was recently named ‘Offensive Newcomer of the Year’.

His 92-yard punt return in the 4th quarter tied the OSU/OU Bedlam game to help force the game into overtime.

OSU went on to win over OU 38-35 thanks to a game-winning kick.

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