The Worldwide Leader has suspended Jemele Hill for two weeks.
Jemele Hill has been suspended by ESPN, according to Sports Illustrated's Richard Deitsch.
The host of the 6 p.m. E.T. SportsCenter with Michael Smith has been suspended for two weeks for a violation of the company's social media policy.
Hill was previously scolded for calling Donald Trump a "white supremacist" on Twitter. This suspension likely comes as a result of her tweeting about Dallas Cowboys' owner Jerry Jones, who said his players would be benched if they kneeled for the national anthem. Hill suggested people boycott Jones and the NFL's sponsors, many of which are sponsors of ESPN.
Here were some of her tweets:
After the brushback to her "white supremacist" Donald Trump tweet, Hill said she regretted putting ESPN in a bad position.
"Twitter wasn't the place to vent my frustrations because, fair or not, people can't or won't separate who I am on Twitter from the person who co-hosts the 6 p.m. 'SportsCenter.' Twitter also isn't a great place to have nuanced, complicated discussions, especially when it involves race," Hill wrote. "Warriors player Kevin Durant and I probably need to take some classes about how to exercise better self-control on Twitter. Lesson learned."
Hill has not tweeted since 12:11 p.m. E.T. earlier today.