The unnamed woman being called Antonio Brown’s ‘second accuser’ exposed more intimate details into her explicit encounter with the former NFL star receiver.
The woman alleged to columnist Robert Klemko in a revealing Sports Illustrated exposé last week that she was hired by Brown to paint a mural of AB at his house, and said at one point when she was on her knees working on the painting, Brown came in fully nude, covering only his genitals and started a conversation with her.
A few days after that story broke, the woman revealed to Klemko a series of menacing texts from Brown, who still had Brown's phone number from the failed 2017 project between the two.
The woman’s lawyer, Lisa J. Banks, then sent a letter to the NFL saying her client was "understandably frightened by these text messages, which are clearly intended to threaten and intimidate her” and demanded the league intervene.
The second accuser’s accusations were perhaps the final straw for the New England Patriots, who would release Brown the same day the menacing text messages were leaked.
The threatening text messages were a part of a group chat that included the woman and Brown, and allegedly had Brown dropping photos of the woman’s children in the chat, with Brown telling the other members of the chat to ‘investigate her', adding that she was fabricating details to Klemko's article for monetary gain.
The letter Banks sent to the NFL included allegations that were not mentioned in the Sports Illustrated article. Banks wrote in the letter that Brown was ‘engaging in other forms of sexual misconduct during the two days that she worked in his home’ and went on to say ‘Which included Mr. Brown having sex with another woman while the artist was working in the same room.'”
The hits just keep coming for Brown who used Monday to halt the horrid publicity for a few short moments when he announced on Instagram that he is re-enrolling at Central Michigan University for the Fall 2019 semester.