Video surfaces of Chiefs' Kareem Hunt attacking woman

The incident happened in February.

Ex-Kansas City Chiefs running back Larry Johnson says he's "really f*cking upset" with Kareem Hunt - saying the young National Football League star should have learned lessons from the bad mistakes LJ made.

In it, you see Hunt and the woman approach one another. Hunt's charge caused both the man and the woman to fall to the ground.

According to the police report, the physical altercation started when the woman hit one of Hunt's female friends in the face.

In the video, the second-year player appears to strike, kick, and slam into a 19-year-old woman in a hotel hallway despite being restrained by multiple people. At one point, however, he appeared to barrel into a man, who then bumped into the woman and sent her flying.

Police were called after the altercation, which occurred in the early hours of February 10, but no arrests were made because they couldn't determine if there was a crime committed, according to TMZ. Hunt then turns around the corner and runs into a man who collides with the woman, sending both to the floor.

Hunt denied the allegations, and TMZ Sports reported in July that cops were unable to determine if anyone was assaulted and closed the case.

Through body-cam footage obtained by TMZ, the woman and witnesses gave differing accounts of what escalated the incident. A different witness told police that she called Hunt the N-word after being asked to leave his room.

Kansas City (9-2) plays in Oakland (2-9) on Sunday. I'm sure he learned some lessons this offseason and hopefully won't be in those kinds of situations in the future. FOX4 has reached out to the Cheifs for a comment.