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Tyreek Hill wurde von einem Model verklagt, das behauptet, Dolphins WR habe sich das Bein gebrochen

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Tyreek Hill is being sued by social media influencer and model Sophie Hall, who claims that the Miami Dolphins WR broke his leg during a soccer practice at his Florida home last summer.

Dolphins‘ Tyreek Hill sued by OnlyFans model

Dolphins‘ Tyreek Hill sued by OnlyFans model

After buying a ticket for her son to attend Hill’s soccer camp, the eight-time Pro Bowl player allegedly slid into Hall’s DMs, according to the lawsuit by the Daily Post.

„I’m known for being a good stepfather,“ one of Hill’s alleged messages, who has fathered multiple children with different women – potentially facing more paternity suits against him.

Hill, 29, reportedly invited Hall to „come a day early so my mother and I can hang out,“ before giving her his phone number, according to the lawsuit.

Hall, who has over 2 million followers, states that she and her son attended the camp on June 17, where the wide receiver allegedly invited her back to his villa.

The lawsuit claims that days later, Hall purchased a flight for June 28 and met the five-time All-Pro again at his house.

There, Hill allegedly asked the 35-year-old Hall to participate in some individual soccer drills during a training session in his backyard. According to the lawsuit, Hall, who passed the ball to Hill, was pushed backward, resulting in embarrassment. Reportedly, the Super Bowl champion then asked Hall to switch so he could tackle her. On the fourth repeat, Hall claims that Cheetah „violently and forcefully went after her… causing an injury to her right leg.“

Hall is suing Hill for assault, battery, and negligence. She also accused the wideout of downplaying the severity of her injury, stating that Hill told her to simply cool off and rest. According to the lawsuit, her leg was „badly broken,“ requiring months of physiotherapy and reconstructive surgery.

The eight-year-old pro has not publicly commented on the lawsuit.

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