Report: Tyreek Hill’s son was recently removed from the home

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With an investigation regarding potential child abuse allegations still open, the Kansas City Star reports that the three-year-old son of Chiefs receiver Tyreek Hill recently was removed from the custody of Hill and the child’s mother, Crystal Espinal.

Per the report, the date of removal isn’t known. The child’s current living arrangements also were not specified.

According to the Star, Hill and Espinal reportedly have been engaged in a legal proceeding in family court known as a “child in need of care” case. The Star reports that Hill and Espinal were at the county courthouse on Wednesday.

No arrests have been made or charges filed in connection with a pair of police reports generated in March, with one focused on battery and the other on abuse and neglect. The Star reported on March 15 that Hill’s son had suffered a broken arm at some point.

26 responses to “Report: Tyreek Hill’s son was recently removed from the home

  1. I’ve seen some pretty messed up situations and the kids still weren’t removed from the home. It takes A LOT for the Man to remove kids from a house given the optics of it. This can’t possibly end well for Hill.

  2. Hope he didn’t have anything to do with hurting a 3 year old kid, if he did, he deserves whatever he gets

  3. I don’t think this is going to end well for Mr. Hill and the Chiefs. Hill is a major football talent, but he can’t abuse people off the field and get away with it forever.

  4. No matter how much money you make some people will still be scum. I guess getting money doesn’t doesn’t change the way some people think or act. You see it every day in the news.

  5. With the information currently given, it is irresponsible to comment. I work in the education field and grew up with foster kids in my home as a child and there are numerous reasons why this can happen. It could be the mother, father, babysitter, or it could be a case of an active child who is injury prone. It’s amazing that people with little knowledge have all the answers without a police report or a full investigation done. Obviously, there is something here or DCF wouldn’t have taken the kid but to automatically assume it’s Tyreek is irresponsible.

  6. Everyone needs to put their virtual pitchforks down for a min. Let the investigation finish and then make choices. If it’s found he did hurt the child ban him but until then no one here has access to the inside information. This dude needs help from the sounds of it. Hopefully everyone involved gets the help they need.

  7. With the information currently given, it is irresponsible to comment. I work in the education field and grew up with foster kids in my home as a child and there are numerous reasons why this can happen. It could be the mother, father, babysitter, or it could be a case of an active child who is injury prone. It’s amazing that people with little knowledge have all the answers without a police report or a full investigation done. Obviously, there is something here or DCF wouldn’t have taken the kid but to automatically assume it’s Tyreek is irresponsible.

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    if it wasn’t him, and there was abuse, then it seems he didn’t do much to stop it either. with the resources available to him, he could have if he wanted to.

  8. If the allegations are true, Hill should be gone now. This mess is bigger than football. My prayers to the young lad.

  9. When you hear this info of child removed the NFL need to step up and really look into the situation with possible suspension for life

  10. ZERO TOLERANCE for those that abuse children because they are the most defenseless members of our Society.

    If we want it to stop happening and such is found to be so in this case, we need the most severe punishment possible.

  11. Thank you TG1 for your thoughtful response. A child being injured is unacceptable, but we do not know the circumstances of what has gone on in the home. We need to reserve judgement. This 24 hour news cycle has taken away the presumption of innocence.

  12. Having to appear in court after authorities have removed the child from the home is not a good look. So sad for the child!

  13. If he touched the child, career over. There should be no question. AP should have suffered the same fate. The NFL should not screw this up IF HE TOUCHED THE CHILD IN A MANNER NOT CONSISTENT WITH PROPER PARENTING.

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