Miami Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill offered the 57-year-old man that he allegedly slapped on June 18 the sum of $200 after the incident happened, as per Angie DiMichele of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel.

The supplemental police report stated that the dispute happened when Hill and others entered a docked private boat. The captain of the boat told them to leave. Hill allegedly said to the captain, “I can buy you and the boat.”

The captain says that Hill began to spew expletives and “became enraged and attempted to enter the boat to cause him bodily harm but was held back by unknown associates.

” Hill did not identify himself by name, saying only that he is “number 10 from the Miami Dolphins.”

Surveillance footage backs up the versions offered by the boat captain and the employee who was struck. The employee later identified Hill in a photo lineup.

Hill was heard telling an “associate” to give the alleged victim $200 before he left the scene. The alleged victim did not accept the money.

The investigation of the incident is being handled by the State Attorney’s Office.

Dolphins WR Tyreek Hill. Photo courtsey of AP Photo/Lynne Sladky


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