The clip, which came from an OH hotel hallway camera, was published by TMZ on Friday afternoon.
The NFL hasn't taken any action against Hunt over the alleged incident as he has appeared in all of the 9-2 Chiefs' games this season. The move likely means Hunt will not play in Sunday's game against the Oakland Raiders.
In the days and weeks following the incident, no charges would be filed and no punishments would be handed down by the Chiefs or the NFL. While she was on the ground, Hunt kicked her in the leg. She told police Hunt "shoved and pushed her" at around 3:45 a.m. Saturday when the two women did not leave the hallway. Another woman who was with Hunt said he assaulted her. TMZ reports that prosecutors had access to the hotel surveillance video, and the hotel, in a statement to ABC News, said it is assisting in the investigation. In 2014, a video showed Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice knocking out his then-fiancée in an elevator in an Atlantic City hotel. On Friday, TMZ released a video obtained by the website that shows at least some aspects of the dispute.More news: UCL: PSG, Spurs revive hopes; Liverpool in trouble
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On Friday, Hunt was reportedly been sent home from the Chiefs' practice facility, according to ESPN's Dan Graziano. However, the woman disputed that fact and said that she was kicked out of Hunt's place because she "didn't want" one of the men.
Cleveland Police confirmed to NFL.com that no arrests were made in the incident and Hunt has not been charged. The website also said at the time that Ottinger was a Kent State University who says she was on a party bus with a friend, Hunt and his entourage.
In August, the team's CEO Clark Hunt was asked about "some off-season issues" involving Kareem Hunt. "I'm sure he learned some lessons this offseason and hopefully won't be in those kind of situations in the future".