Tyreek Hill and wife Keeta Vaccaro are not getting divorced.
Last month, the Miami Dolphins accused his ‘f***ing bonehead’ lawyers of filing on his behalf without permission just 76 days after they got married.
Now, according to TMZ, the NFL star dropped his petition in Florida on January 30 – eight days after it was filed – and the matter has been ‘dismissed, settled, or disposed before hearing’.
Hill, who is also the subject of paternity lawsuits from two women, married Vaccaro, the sister of former NFL player Kenny Vaccaro, on November 8 after getting engaged back in 2021.
Last week, the attorney who filed for divorce on behalf of Hill recused himself from the proceedings.
Miami Dolphins star Tyreek Hill is no longer seeking a divorce from his wife Keeta Vaccaro
Hill passed Vaccaro the ball after scoring a touchdown against the Chiefs earlier this month
Hill revealed during a live stream a few days after the initial filing that he had fired the ‘f***ing bonehead’ who filed the papers.
But it later emerged that one day after Hill’s live-stream revelation, his attorney, Gary F. Celetti Jr., filed a motion to withdraw as counsel for the football player, citing irreconcilable differences on January 27.
Celetti was also representing Hill in two paternity suits against the wide out from two former flames. On the same date, he withdrew his representation of Hill in those cases as well.
Dailymail.com revealed last month that Hill fathered children with three different women in the space of four months, which has led to the paternity suits.
Hill proposed to Vaccaro, a wellness entrepreneur and influencer, in July 2021, before finally tying the knot in Texas during a recent bye week.
It is believed the couple were on-again, off-again throughout their 28-month engagement, and there is no suggestion they were together when Hill allegedly bedded his three new baby mamas in the summer of 2022.
The attorney who filed for divorce on behalf of Hill from his wife Vaccaro has recused himself
Gary F. Celetti Jr. had been representing Hill in the divorce proceedings and two paternity suits
Hill was said to be filing for divorce on the grounds that the marriage is ‘irretrievably broken’
While two of those former partners are suing the football player, one of them recently rushed to his defense.
Camille Valmon, 33, told Dailymail.com: ‘I can’t speak on anything else that he has going on outside of our parenting relationship because it’s simply none of my business.
‘But what I will say is he is a great father not only to our son but to all of his children.’
Hill – whose Dolphins were dumped out of the NFL playoffs by the Kansas City Chiefs last month – is not on such good terms with Brittany Lackner and Kimberly Baker, who are both chasing him for paternity and child support in Broward County, Florida.
Lackner blasted Hill for offering her $2,500-a-month after their son Soul was born in February, dismissing it in court filings as a ‘woefully inadequate’ sum for an NFL player on a $30 million annual salary.
She came forward in January, saying she and Hill had sex in Florida the previous year and she was due to give birth within days.
Her petition said a prenatal paternity test had already proved he was the father ‘with greater than 99.9% probability’.
Baker, meanwhile, accuses the buccaneering All-Pro of demonstrating ‘utter and abject unconcern’ for their now-six-month-old baby girl, Trae.
Brittany Lackner (left), the first of Hill’s new baby mamas came forward in January, saying she and Hill had sex in Florida the previous year and she was due to give birth within days. Another baby mama, Kimberly Baker (right), 29, came forward in May, claiming a paternity test would prove she and Hill conceived her newborn daughter Trae Love Hill in August 2022
She came forward in May, claiming a paternity test would prove she and Hill conceived her newborn daughter Trae Love Hill when they hooked up in August 2022.
She was also receiving $2,500 each month from Hill, according to court filings, but said that caring for their little girl was costing her closer to $10,000.
Hill’s controversial past also saw him plead guilty to domestic assault back in 2015, after he was kicked off the team at Oklahoma State for choking former fiancée Crystal Espinal – whom he already has three children with – while she was pregnant with their first son, Zev Carter.
He was suspended by the Chiefs in 2019 over alleged child abuse allegations but was reinstated after he pleaded his innocence and a district attorney determined there was insufficient evidence to prove he had broken Zev’s arm.
Months later Espinal took Hill to court in Johnson County, Kansas, to prove he was the father of twins Nakeem and Nyla and establish child support.
Then, after joining Miami last year in a blockbuster trade, off the field Hill landed himself in hot water again when he was caught on CCTV allegedly slapping a Miami marina employee during a June 18 scuffle. The victim declined to press charges.