Dolphins’ Tyreek Hill sued for breaking plus-size model’s leg, lawsuit alleges

Miami Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill has been sued by a major influencer with more than 2 million followers who claims her leg was broken at the football star’s Florida mansion last year during a backyard football lesson gone wrong.

Sophie Hall, an influencer, model and actor who lives in Pasco County, claimed she was invited to participate in an offensive line blocking drill after watching Hill train in his backyard, according to a lawsuit filed Friday in Broward County.

Hall claimed she was asked to visit Hill’s home after registering her son for the Dolphins player’s football camp last June, saying he began sending direct messages to her on Instagram and commenting on her height “on a flirtatious and playful manner,” the lawsuit said.

After watching Hill undergo a workout on his artificial turf field, Hall was invited to participate in a line blocking offensive drill, the lawsuit alleges. During the first rep, Hall claims she managed to push Hill backwards, prompting laughter from a group of witnesses, including Hill’s trainer, mother and sister, according to the complaint.

On a subsequent rep, Hill set up the same drill, but with the tables turned and the All-Pro receiver “violently and violently assaulted her with great force, resulting in significant and serious injuries,” the lawsuit alleges. According to the complaint, Hall suffered a broken right leg, which required surgery and implantation of metal hardware.

“Unfortunately, after being ‘humiliated’ in front of friends and family when he was knocked backwards by his girlfriend Sophie Hall during a friendly football lesson, Tyreek became enraged and forcefully and purposefully pushed Mrs Hall, causing her leg to be severely broken and requiring surgery was necessary. with orthopedic reconstruction and hardware implantation,” the lawsuit states.

The complaint also refers to Hill’s “violent and aggressive behavior toward women.” The wideout was dismissed by the state of Oklahoma in 2014 due to a domestic violence arrest, later pleading guilty to beating and strangling his then-pregnant 20-year-old girlfriend.

The 29-year-old Hill is coming off a very productive season for Miami, recording a career-high 1,799 yards on 119 catches with 13 touchdowns.