The miserable season for the New York Giants just got even more miserable for safety Will Hill. According to the New York Daily News, Hill was arrested on Friday night on a warrant related to child support payments. Hill reportedly has four kids with two different women, although it’s not initially clear which children are at the root of the child payment warrant.
Hill hasn’t had an easy go of things in the past few years. He’s been suspended eight games in the last two years with a four-game suspension being handed to him this season for violating the league’s substance abuse policy. Hill was suspended for four games last year as well for violating the league’s performance-enhancing drugs policy.
This latest run in with trouble has resulted in an arrest for Hill who will now likely be out for the remainder of the Giants season, if he’s ever back with the team at all. Hill was arrested back in 2011 for driving with a suspended license and a year later he was involved in a case where he admitted to police he struck his wife during a verbal fight.
No charges were filed against Hill in that case and it’s unclear if the woman involved is the mother of the children Hill is apparently having a problem paying child support to.