The woman who made domestic violence allegations against ex-NFL player Jim Hill has dropped her restraining order against the legendary sportscaster, TMZ Sports has learned.
We broke the story … the accuser — who described herself in court docs as Hill’s girlfriend — claimed the 73-year-old got physical during a March 14 incident at his L.A.-area home.
The woman says she called police and later filed a request for a restraining order against Hill, which was granted.
But now, the woman has backed off in a big way — asking the court to drop the case against Hill … and her request was granted.
We also know the accuser had filed documents with the court spelling out her reasons for backing off saying, “I do not believe [Hill] represents a danger to myself, my family or household members.”
“Therefore it is unnecessary for the current orders to remain in effect.”
Those documents were initially bounced because of a filing error — but we’re told she went back to officials and essentially made the same request.
Hill has denied the allegations from the start — with his lawyer telling TMZ Sports, “This was a strategic maneuver on the part of [the accuser] on the eve of a prescheduled mediation to resolve their personal relationship.”
In other words, case closed … moving on.