Since Antonio Brown was freed by the Oakland Raiders he signed a one year deal with the New England Patriots, but his retur to Boston has come with some unforeseen drama.
It seems a bit odd that Antonio Brown would rejoin The Patriots and then out of left field he is being accused of three separate incidents of sexual assault and rape. Doesn’t that seem a bit coincidental? Read on for more on Antonio Brown accused of sexual assault…
BREAKING: Patriots WR Antonio Brown accused of three separate incidents of sexual assault and rape, according to federal lawsuit filed Tuesday: https://t.co/wFAijgADJK
— Ben Shpigel (@benshpigel) September 11, 2019
CelebNSports247.com is questioning the validity of the multiple reports of a sexual assault and rape since he signed a one year deal with the New England Patriots.
Was this a retaliation of the Raiders since they felt that Antonio Brown wasn’t bing a team player. AB did say he was going to piss a bunch of people off because he was looking out for his own wellbeing and refused to be treated like a slave.
Now, Brown is under investigation by the NFL. The New England Patriots WR is being sued by a woman who claims Brown sexually assaulted and raped her during 3 separate encounters.
The woman behind the lawsuit, who identifies herself as Britney Taylor, says she was hired by Brown as a personal trainer. Taylor claims the first incident happened in June 2017 during a training session when “Brown exposed himself and kissed [her] without her consent.”
Taylor then describes a second alleged incident … “Later that month, Brown, while positioned behind her, began masturbating near her without her knowledge and ejaculated on her back.”
Taylor claims the first incident occurred at Brown’s home in Pittsburgh and the second incident occurred at Brown’s home in Florida.
According to the lawsuit, filed in federal court in Florida, Taylor claims Brown bragged about the incident to her in “profane and angry text messages.”
Antonio Brown is under investigation by the NFL after As shown by Albert Breer, depending on what they find out, this could result in Brown’s guarantees with the Patriots becoming, “null and void.”
Brown is expected to be at practice today but Mark Maske of the Washington Post is reporting the NFL will “give serious consideration” of placing Brown on the Commissioner-Exempt list while the investigation plays out, which The Big Lead mentioned as the most likely outcome last night.
It’s important to note here, if found guilty of these allegations (right now this is a civil case), Brown will be facing much stiffer penalties than just losing his guaranteed money.