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NFL star Tyreek Hill sued by plus-size model who says he broke her leg performing offensive lineman drills in his back yard
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NFL star Tyreek Hill sued by plus-size model who says he broke her leg performing offensive lineman drills in his back yard

An NFL wide receiver is being sued by a social media influencer after the woman allegedly fractured her leg while simulating football activities at his home.

Miami Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill, who is often described as the fastest player in the NFL, has been sued by Sophie Hall after an alleged injury.

The 35-year-old plus-size model from England is suing Hall for battery, assault, and negligence.

The lawsuit stems from Hill allegedly messaging Hall over Instagram after she purchased a ticket for her son to attend his football camp in June 2023. Hall alleged that after she bought a ticket to the "Tyreek Hill Football Camp," the NFL player messaged her in a "flirtatious and playful manner," by telling her she isn't 6'1", which she claims to be in her social media bio.

Hill, whom the NFL lists at 5'10", then reportedly told Hall that she would be "towering over everyone" at the football camp. Hill then said that "I’ve been know [sic] to be a good stepdad."

The conversation was corroborated by screenshots, Fox News reported.

The social media model claimed that Hill provided his phone number after the camp's conclusion and invited her to his house. The lawsuit continued that Hill paid for the flight and travel arrangements for Hall.

While Hall was at what was described as Hill's mansion, the wide receiver was working out on a turf field on the property. Following the session, Hill allegedly "invited Ms. Hall to participate in offensive line drills with him."

The two allegedly engaged in football drills, which soon resulted in the injury.

"Defendant Hill asked Ms. Hall to stand in a defensive line stance while he stood opposite her in an offensive lineman stance, ‘hiked’ the ball to the quarterback, and told her to rush him as if she wanted to chase the quarterback," the lawsuit stated. "Ms. Hall did as instructed and on contact with the Defendant, caused Hill to be pushed backwards."

The lawsuit claimed that the all-pro was "humiliated" as his mother, sister, friend, and trainer all laughed at him. Hall also alleged that Hill "became angry" while preparing for another play. The two then changed roles, putting Hill as the rushing player.

Despite a claim that "Ms. Hall held her own against Mr. Hill," on the next play, a fourth iteration of the drill allegedly had Hill charge into Hall "violently and with great force, resulting in significant and serious injuries."

"The crushing force was so great that she sustained a right leg fracture, necessitating surgery with metal hardware implantation," the lawsuit described.

The legal action was filed in Broward County Court, in Florida, over "intentional and reckless misconduct" on the part of the Miami Dolphins player.

Hall is seeking $50,000 after her lawsuit said that Hill "failed to get her any medical attention or treatment at any time." The filing said that Hill downplayed her injury and "simply told her to rest and offered her a bed to lay down and ice her leg."

Hall allegedly stayed at the football player's house until she was able to travel home a couple of days later. Upon her return, she was reportedly diagnosed with a right leg fracture, resulting in "weekly physical therapy sessions." The plaintiff claimed that she still has "persistent pain and weakness in her lower extremities."

In addition, the lawsuit claimed that "defendant Hill’s aggression towards Ms. Hall is consistent with his history of violent and aggressive behavior towards women."

Hill was charged with felonious assault and battery by strangulation in 2014, to which he pleaded guilty and received three years of probation through a plea agreement.

Hill’s agent, Drew Rosenhaus, did not respond to requests for comment from Fox News.

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