Newly acquired New England Patriots wide receiver Antonio Brown is accused of raping his former trainer, as the New York Times reported graphic details about three separate incidents pertaining to sexual assault and rape involving Brown and the woman.
Brown's accuser, Britney Taylor, 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 featured Brown referencing ejaculating on her back, like her suit alleged.
In the lawsuit, the woman 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."
The pending case is a federal lawsuit filed with the Southern District Court of Florida and at this time does not involve criminal chargers.
Part of the lawsuit reads "Brown preyed on Ms. Taylor’s kindness and her religious devotion, casting himself as a person equally dedicated to his religious faith and someone she could trust... In reality, he used manipulation and false promises to lure her into his world, and once there, he sexually assaulted and raped her."
Brown’s attorney released a statement minutes after the reports completely denying the accusations.
Neither the NFL nor the Patriots reportedly were ever aware of the allegations until the news broke Tuesday night.