Surveillance footage of Dolphins star Tyreek Hill's interaction with a fishing boat employee in June has surfaced. 

The video shows Hill being led away from the boat company worker by a friend, but as he passes the man, Hill takes a swipe at him. After being led away, Hill appears to try to go back toward the boat employee, but a group of his friends surround him and deter HIll from the area.

This comes after police revealed on Wednesday (July 26) that no charges would be filed. A statement was also released, which reads: "The individual who would have been termed a victim if there had been a filed case, came into the Miami-Dade State Attorney’s Office, met with Assistant State Attorney Robert Fiallo and signed a notarized Non-Prosecution Form indicating that he did not wish to press criminal charges. On the form, he also indicated that no threats, promises, or coercion played a part in his decision."

A spokesperson for Hill and the alleged victim told ESPN's Adam Schefter on Monday they'd reached a settlement. 

Hill also appears to want to move past the situation, as he told the press on Wednesday, "I just can't make bonehead mistakes like that."