According to a report by BBC news, ESPN presenter Jemele Hill has been suspended two weeks by the network, in what the network describes as a “social media violation.” This is the second “social media violation” by Hill in the past month. The network, however, did not give specific reasons into why they have decided to suspend her. Hill on Sunday night, released a number tweets directed at Cowboys owner Jerry Jones and criticizing his stance in wanting to bench players who kneel during the National Anthem. It had appeared that Hill in her series of tweets Sunday night was advocating a boycott of the NFL.

Jemele Hill Clarifies she's not advocating boycott of the NFL

Hill would later say on Monday that she was not pushing for a boycott of the NFL.

The network released a statement on Monday afternoon on Hill’s suspension.

"Jemele Hill has been suspended for two weeks for a second violation of our social media guidelines,” the network said in a statement Monday afternoon.

ESPN did not discipline Jemele Hill for tweet aimed at Trump

Last month, Hill referred to President Donald Trump as a “white supremacist,” calling him a "bigot," and the most "ignorant" President of her lifetime on twitter, but was never disciplined by the network for her remarks regarding Trump. She would later express regret over her statements of Trump and for putting her employer in a bad position.

The network made a statement regarding Hill’s comments about Trump as “Inappropriate,” and do not represent the company. ESPN however, would later address the issue with her.

The White House disagreed with ESPN’s stance on Hill’s comments directed at Trump, and even considering her tweet as a “fireable” offense. White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders called Hill’s tweets as “outrageous.”

Jemele Hill's career at ESPN

Hill is the co-hosts of the 6 PM edition of “SportsCenter” along with Michael Smith who decided not to co-anchor the show on Monday night. She has been with the network since November of 2006, joining ESPN as a national columnist. She made regular appearances on television, being featured on numerous sports programs, such as "ESPN First Take," "Outside the Lines," and "The Sports Reporters." This is not the first time she has been disciplined by the network. In 2008, she was suspended from her post in the 2008 NBA playoffs after referencing Adolf Hitler in her article about the then NBA Champions Boston Celtics and the Detroit Pistons.