Tyreek Hill, Miami Dolphins catcher, has reportedly reached an agreement with the Miami Marina employee he allegedly assaulted during a disagreement. Although the alleged incident took place in the month of June.
In the back of the head over a disagreement, Hill allegedly punched a Miami Marina employee. Even though the victim initially refused to press charges after Miami-Dade police investigated the case.
“At Haulover Marina associated with Tyreek Hill have resolved their differences, the parties to the incident that occurred on June 18, 2023,” the statement said.
What did actually happen?
Although on Father’s Day, when Hill, Agent Drew Rosenhaus, and others were on a fishing trip, the incident reportedly occurred. It all started with a disagreement before the Miami Dolphins wide receiver allegedly assaulted the man.
According to a report, Hill allegedly slapped the man on the back of the head after a disagreement at the marina. The argument reportedly started when Hill’s crew tried to board the ship without permission.
Hill, 29, with the Dolphins in 2022, completes his first season. He finished the year with a career-high 1,710 yards on 119 receptions. He also had seven touchdown receptions. With the Kansas City Chiefs, Hill spent the first six seasons of his NFL career. He earned a Super Bowl ring with the team and has earned Pro Bowl honors yearly since the league entered the league in 2016.
It was a fishing trip for Hill and Rosenhaus. The Miami-based sports agent is also facing criticism for his actions in fighting a shark in the ocean while on a trip. Rosenhaus posted the video on social media, extolling his bravery. But this did not go down well with PETA, which did not hold back from criticizing the agent.
According to sources, PETA confronted that spending so much time with top athletes must have made Drew Rosenhaus feel like they had something to prove. PETA was not the only disgruntled viewer. Some social media users who saw Rosenhaus’s video also reacted.
One social media user wrote: “Damn! we can see a snake and shark in the same video!”
Another expressed concern about the shark: “No, it’s not that one. That’s why sharks are endangered.” However, maybe going on a summer fishing trip wasn’t the best idea for Hill and Rosenhaus, respectively.