OnlyFans model sues Miami Dolphins’ Tyreek Hill for allegedly breaking her leg

Meera Jacka
OnlyFans model sues Miami Dolphins' Tyreek Hill for allegedly breaking her leg

Miami Dolphins’ Tyreek Hill is facing a lawsuit after allegedly breaking the leg of an OnlyFans model during a “friendly football” drill gone wrong.

Miami Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill has found himself facing a civil lawsuit after social media influencer and OnlyFans model Sophie Hall claimed the NFL star broke her leg during a football drill.

Hall’s lawyers filed the lawsuit in Broward County Circuit court in late February of this year, seeking up to $75,000 in damages on charges of battery, assault, intentional infliction of emotional distress, and negligence.

In court documents obtained by CBS Sports, Hall claimed to have met Hill in May 2023 after registering her son for Hill’s summer football camp in Boca Raton, Florida. Hill allegedly reached out through Instagram the day after, offering to fly her out and stay at his house to “meet up and get to know her.”

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Sophie Hall claims Hill caused the leg fracture in a fit of rage after being humiliated.

However, the trip did not go smoothly, as a “friendly football” drill resulted in Hall sustaining a right leg fracture that required surgery and a “metal hardware implantation.”

According to the lawsuit, Hall rushed Hill during the drill’s first rep and was able to push him back, resulting in the NFL star’s mom, sister, friend, and trainer laughing at the situation. This allegedly upset and angered Hill.

“Apparently embarrassed by his loss of stability as a result of contact by a woman during the ‘football play,’ Mr. Hill’s attitude changed and he became angry,” the lawsuit states. Hill is then alleged to have “forcefully and purposefully” pushed Hall to the ground “violently and with great force.”

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Tyreek Hill has dismissed the allegations made against him, claiming the injury stemmed from tripping over a dog.

Hill has dismissed the allegations made in the lawsuit, with his lawyers calling them “baseless.” In a statement to ESPN, Hill’s attorney claimed the lawsuit had been filed as a “scare tactic” to “generate bad publicity” in hopes of having Hill cover all medical bills.

Hill instead stated that the injury came about after Hall tripped over a dog during the football drills. He remains adamant that the drills were “playful,” and has advised that there is a pending claim made with his homeowner’s insurance company to cover the costs of Hall’s treatment.

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