EXCLUSIVE: NFL superstar Tyreek Hill broke plus-size influencer’s leg by charging at her with ‘crushing force’ after she humiliated him during practice football drills at his Florida mansion

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NFL superstar Tyreek Hill broke a woman’s leg when he charged at her with ‘crushing force’ during a backyard football lesson, according to a lawsuit obtained exclusively by DailyMail.com.  Influencer Sophie Hall says Hill, 29, felt ‘humiliated’ when she managed to ‘hold her own’ and even knock him backwards during a series of practice drills at his Florida mansion.

The five-time All-Pro retaliated by rushing at Hall and knocking her to the ground with such ferocity that she needed reconstructive surgery and months of physio, it’s alleged.  Hall, 35, an actress and plus-size model with more than two million social media followers, is suing the scandal-plagued Dolphins wide receiver for battery, assault and negligence.



‘Tyreek Hill, a National Football League superstar, perennial Pro Bowler, First Team All-Pro and world class athlete nicknamed the “Cheetah” for his incredible combination of strength and speed, makes his living humiliating and outperforming his competition on the football field,’ her complaint states.

‘Unfortunately, after getting ”humiliated” in front of friends and family when he was knocked backwards during a friendly football lesson by his friend Sophie Hall, Tyreek became enraged and forcefully and purposefully shoved Ms. Hall, severely fracturing her leg.’

Hill had an incredible 2023 season, finishing with an NFL-leading 1,799 receiving yards and 13 touchdowns before Miami lost to the Chiefs, his former team, in the AFC Wild Card Game.  But off the field things were just as frenetic, as he suffered a major house fire, was caught on CCTV allegedly slapping a marina worker and became embroiled in a series of paternity suits.

Hall claims the speedy wideout started sending her ‘flirtatious’ Instagram messages a day after she enrolled her ten-year-old son in the Tyreek Hill Football Camp last May.  The curvy OnlyFans creator says the gridiron star refused to believe she was 6ft 1in – three inches taller than him.  He flew her to Florida on June 28 and invited her to ‘hang’ at his $7 million mansion in swish Southwest Ranches, just outside Miami, the suit alleges.

The sprawling property boasts a 10-person spa, putting green, NBA regulation basketball court and a turf football field, where Hall watched Hill working out with a trainer.  ‘Defendant Hill invited Ms. Hall to participate in offensive drills with him,’ her complaint says.  ‘Defendant Hill told her that ‘since her 10-year-old son played offensive lineman she should practice that position as well.’  Hill asked his guest to adopt a defensive line position and encouraged her to rush at him as if she was chasing a quarterback.

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British-born Hall had never played football before but did as she was told, according to the suit, filed in Broward County.  ‘Ms. Hall did as instructed and on contact with the defendant, caused Hill to be pushed backwards, garnering laughter from the witnesses present at the time, including the defendant’s mother, sister, friend and trainer,’ it continues.  Apparently embarrassed by his loss of stability as a result of contact by a woman during the “football play”, Mr. Hill’s attitude changed and he became angry.’

For the next few plays Hall was instructed to play offense, hiking the football to an imaginary quarterback, while Hill became a defensive pass rusher.  On the third play ‘Hill rushed through as Ms. Hall held her own against Mr. Hill,’ the lawsuit states. The blonde TikTok star didn’t fare so well on the fourth hit.  ‘Defendant Hill charged into her violently and with great force, resulting in significant and serious injuries,’ the suit alleges.

‘The crushing force was so great that she sustained a right leg fracture, necessitating surgery with metal hardware implantation.’  Hill ‘downplayed’ his friend’s injury, offering Hall ice and a bed to lay in, she goes on to claim.  But after being ‘in pain and agony’ for days she was diagnosed with a right leg fracture which required surgery, weekly physio sessions and still causes her persistent pain and weakness.

‘Defendant Hill’s aggression towards Ms. Hall is consistent with his history of violent and aggressive behavior towards women,’ the complaint adds, without elaborating.  ‘Defendant’s actions of striking and/or threatening plaintiff’s person with physical violence went beyond all reasonable bounds of decency and defendant’s actions are to be regarded as outrageous, odious and utterly intolerable in civilized community.’

Hill’s stellar football career has been dogged by controversies dating back to 2015 when he was kicked off the team at Oklahoma State for choking his then fiancée Crystal Espinal while she was pregnant with their first son, Zev Carter.  In 2019 he was suspended by Kansas City over alleged child abuse allegations but was reinstated after he pleaded his innocence and a district attorney determined there was insufficient evidence to prove he had broken Zev’s arm.

Months later Espinal took Hill to court to prove he was the father of twins Nakeem and Nyla, the first of multiple paternity suits the phenom has been hit with down the years.  Those red flags didn’t stop the Chiefs inking Hill to a three-year, $54 million extension before he caught nine passes for 105 yards to spark their winning 31-20 comeback in Super Bowl LIV.  Hill joined Miami in 2022 in a blockbuster trade and signed a record-breaking four-year, $120 million extension for a wide receiver.

Off the field, however, he got into another scrap when he was caught on CCTV in June 2023 allegedly slapping a Miami marina employee who declined to press charges.  A former flame, Brittany Lackner, came forward in January 2023, claiming Hill was the father of her little boy, Soul Corazon Hill.  She blasted him for allegedly offering her just $2,500-a-month which she said was ‘woefully inadequate’ for someone on a $30 million annual salary.

A second alleged baby mama, Kimberly Baker, came forward last May, claiming a paternity test would prove he had fathered her newborn daughter, Trae Love Hill.  Hill married his on-again, off-again fiancée Keeta Vaccaro, 28, in November only to file for divorce two months later.  He immediately declared it was an error and said he had fired members of his legal team for submitting the paperwork without authorization.

On January 3, a blaze tore through Hill’s seven-bed mansion, causing an estimated $2.3 million worth of damage. Authorities said it was sparked by a child playing with a lighter.  The Dolphins didn’t reply to a request for comment on Hall’s allegations.  Although Hill doesn’t have a lawyer listed in the case, DailyMail.com reached out to several lawyers who have represented him in recent lawsuits but didn’t get any response.  Hall didn’t call us back and neither did her attorneys.


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