Video surfaces of Chiefs RB Kareem Hunt's alleged February altercation with woman

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They said she then hit one of his female friends.

The video shows Hunt arguing with a woman, Abigail Ottinger, a 19-year-old Kent State student, in the hotel's hallway.

The NFL has not responded to TMZ's request for comment. Rice was initially given a two-game ban for the incident, but was then suspended indefinitely after TMZ published video of the assault from inside the elevator.

Hunt has played every game for the Kansas City Chiefs so far this season. In addition, calls to Hunt's agent, Dan Saffron, and the Cleveland Police Department were not immediately returned. After that, as the woman crouches on the floor, Hunt kicks her. Chiefs beat writer Nate Taylor reports that the team is working on a statement regarding Hunt.

While police were called about the altercation that took place at a Cleveland-area hotel where Hunt keeps an apartment, charges were not filed and no arrests were made. The only thing that both stories corroborated was that the woman was not allowed in Hunt's room and that was when the fight broke out.

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The incident happened in February.

The video, obtained by TMZ, is from inside a hotel in Cleveland back in February.

The Chiefs have an AFC-best 9-2 record entering Sunday's matchup with the Oakland Raiders. Hunt will continue to be paid, but he won't count against the Chiefs' 53-man roster.

The video is graphic, but TMZ released it in full on Friday afternoon. The police report said Ottinger suffered abrasions to her knee and hand and a scratch on her chest. His friends said the woman had gone insane and was kicked out for calling Hunt the n-word.

Hunt was asked about the incident back in August, but didn't have much to say. He said he had "learned from it" and wanted to focus on playing football.