LSU Tigers running back Jeremy Hill is currently suspended indefinitely from the team after an incident outside of a Baton Rouge bar in April when he sucker punched a man. After punching the man, who falls to the ground unconscious following another blow to the back of the head, Hill begins to high-five those around him and celebrate.
It always sounded bad, but video of the incident was released today and it is even worse than it sounds. After watching the video, it is hard to imagine any way that Les Miles can reinstate Hill to the team.
Watch the video below:
Hill plead guilty to simple battery charges today. As a result of the charges, Hill has been sentenced to two years of unsupervised probation, and must pay $375 for the victim’s medical bills, write a letter of apology, and complete 50 hours of community service. It better be a damn good letter of apology.
Before this incident, he was already on probation for forcing a 14-year-old to perform oral sex on him.
There is no way that the Tigers can continue to associate themselves with Hill after all of the incidents that have followed him, so let’s hope they make the right call.