Doctor Alleges 'Antonio Brown Farted in My Face During Exam, Owes Me $11K'


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“In August of 2018, he [Dr. Victor Prask] took an initial meeting with Brown, for which he says the receiver wad three hours late. Upon arrival, Brown passed gas numerous times in Prisk’s vicinity while Prisk was testing his body fat. A video, shot by a Brown acolyte, made the rounds on internet. ‘It seemed just childish to me. I’m a doctor and this man is farting in my face.’”

Sports Illustrated writer Robert Klemko published a damning report of Antonio Brown on Monday, detailing a long chronicled saga of bizarre, mischievous, and often downright despicable circulars that are beginning to shed more light on the most embattled athlete in sports at the moment.

After one of the most inexplicable off-seasons in sports history, with Brown showcasing deranged storylines the likes of threatening to retire if he wasn’t allowed to wear a banned helmet, missing training camp because of frostbite he suffered to his feet in cryotherapy, or hiring a social media firm to brainstorm ways to sabotage his way off the Oakland Raiders, Brown had mostly been deemed mindlessly harmless, but things got dark when his former trainer accused him of rape on September 11th.

Klemko’s report detailed a wide array of people who either worked for Brown, coached him, or played alongside him sharing pejorative stories of Brown being a terrible person.

One of the most notable and most bizarre admittances in the report was a former sports doctor, Dr. Victor Prisk, telling Klemko a story of his time working as a client for Brown.

He says Brown showed up three hours late to their meeting and the report added ‘passed gas numerous times in Prisk’s vicinity while Prisk was testing his body fat’, with Prisk saying “It seemed childish to me. I’m a doctor and this man is farting in my face.”

A video taken of one of the exams surfaced on Twitter, Monday.

Prisk told Klemko that Brown wanted him on-call as AB’s ‘wellness coach’ and says they had an oral agreement that he would pay Prisk $500 an hour. Prisk says that Brown would change the subject whenever Prisk brought up payments.

"He tells you he’s going to make it totally worth your while. He’s gonna invest in your business, invest in you. You’re part of my family. Call God and all that. But he doesn’t do that, and he doesn’t even pay the bill.”

Prisk filed a lawsuit earlier this month in Pennsylvania, saying Brown owes him in $11,500 unpaid fees.