This was just minutes after Taylor, who was once Brown’s trainer, filed a lawsuit with the Southern District Court of Florida claiming that Brown sexually assaulted her in three separate nefarious occasions.
The lawsuit alleges Brown "exposed himself and kissed her without her consent" in the first incident in June of 2017. In the second incident she alleges "Later that month, Brown, while positioned behind her, began masturbating near her without her knowledge and ejaculated on her back". The women then claimed Brown a year later on May 20th, 2018, "cornered her, forced her down onto a bed, pusher her face into the mattress, and forcibly raped her."
Brown's accuser published a series of graphic messages in the report with Brown repeatedly calling her a 'weak b*tch', and a 'sick a** h** and also referenced Brown ejaculating on her back, like her suit alleged.
Antonio Brown’s agent Drew Rosenhaus appeared on ESPN’s ‘Coast to Coast’ program on Wednesday denying all sexual assault allegations that were included in the disturbing lawsuit against Brown.
Rosenhaus told ESPN’s Cari Champion that he and Brown had been ‘anticipating’ the possibility of these accusations coming to light, but emphatically called the allegations ‘false’ and said he wouldn’t be doing this Live interview if he didn’t believe his client.
Rosenhaus told Champion that he wants everyone following the case to remember this is a civil matter, and doesn’t involve any criminal charges. He said Brown’s accuser is simply seeking financial gain, and that the whole stunt is a ‘money grab.’
Brown was at Patriots practice on Wednesday, and the team has made no determination to Brown’s status for their Week 2 matchup in Miami versus the Dolphins.