Antonio Brown is being sued by a woman who claims the New England Patriots star wide receiver sexually assaulted and raped her during 3 separate encounters.
What We Know:
- The woman behind the suit who identifies herself as Britney Taylor, says she was hired as Brown’s personal trainer back in June 2017 when the first incident occurred.
- Taylor claimed during a training session Brown exposed himself and kissed her without her consent. She then stated, “Later that month, Brown positioned himself behind me and began masturbating near me without my knowledge and ejaculated on my back.”
- Brown admitted there was a consensual personal relationship between the two. He stated that Taylor came to his home on multiple occasions including a late-night visit just 10 days after the alleged 2018 rape. Any sexual interaction with Taylor was entirely consensual.
- In the suit, Taylor continued to state Brown bragged about the incident to her in profane and angry text messages. Several months later Taylor claims Brown begged for forgiveness and ultimately she continued to train him.
- The Patriots released a statement addressing the suit filed against AB saying, “We are aware of the civil lawsuit that was filed earlier today against Antonio Brown, We take these allegations very seriously, Under no circumstance does this organization condone sexual violence or assault.”
Brown has denied all allegations towards him while claiming she only filed the suit to punish him for refusing to invest $1.6 million in a business project back in 2017.