Antonio Brown’s accuser releases statement on sex assault allegations

New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick takes questions from reporters about wide receiver Antonio Brown

New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick takes questions from reporters about wide receiver Antonio Brown

Brown quickly denied the allegations and said that his relations with the trainer were consensual.

The league could place Brown on the commissioner's exempt list.

In the lawsuit, Brown is accused of sexually assaulting a female acquaintance, Britney Taylor, on three separate occasions. 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".

With Brown now on the field, Patriots players will undoubtedly be getting a lot of questions about him going forward, and if Wednesday's practice was any indication, they're definitely ready for them.

Taylor, who met Brown when both were students at Central Michigan University, included in her suit vulgar messages that Brown allegedly sent to her, referring to the instances of assault, The Times reports.

Taylor said Brown reached out to her via Facebook in June 2017 and asked the former gymnast for help with improving his strength and flexibility. As the investigation gets underway, TMZ Sports caught up with Stephen Jackson to get his take on the matter, and Captain Jack made it clear that he's siding with AB. He said his department has no record of the incident, and there were never any reports of sexual assault at Brown's house in Pine.

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While Brown has denied the allegations and plans to countersue for civil extortion, it's yet another blemish on Brown as he attempts to revive his career with the Patriots.

"The incident that DA Zappala referenced earlier today involving Northern Regional Police Department contacting our office concerning Antonio Brown did not involve the incident mentioned in the federal lawsuit that has been filed", the statement read, according to WTAE-TV.

Brown was originally traded from Pittsburgh to Oakland in the offseason.

Brown practiced with the Patriots on Wednesday. But a freakish foot injury, fights with the National Football League over his helmet, skipping practices, multiple fines, a run-in with Raiders general manager Mike Mayock and his social media posts ultimately led to the decision to release him.

He agreed to a deal with the defending Super Bowl champions hours after the Raiders granted his request and let him go.

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