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Antonio Brown Accused Of Raping Ex-Trainer Britney Taylor | Crime Time

New England Patriots receiver Antonio Brown works out during practice on Wednesday in Foxborough Massachusetts Antonio Brown accused of raping trainer in South Florida federal lawsuit
Cary Erickson | 13 September, 2019, 06:19

Brown has been accused of sexually assaulting his former trainer, Britney Taylor, in a lawsuit filed Tuesday in the Southern District of Florida. Two incidents were said to happen in the same month of June 2017, while the other one was said to have happened nearly a year later in 2018.

When asked on Wednesday if Brady has anything to say regarding the reports, he responded with a "no", according to NESN's Doug Kyed.

After all of the drama that has surrounded the star receiver over the past several days, the Pro Bowl wide receiver appeared in a Patriots jersey for the first time as he practiced with his new team on Wednesday.

McCann explains that according to Taylor, she was so "traumatized" by what happened between them that it took a while for her to come forward with this lawsuit against Brown.

There's also the question of whether the National Football League will prevent him from playing while its investigation happens.

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As a result of that agreement, Brown and his representatives did not inform the Patriots or Oakland Raiders about the allegations.

On Wednesday morning, Patriots head coach Bill Belichick declined to answer questions about New England's knowledge of the accusations prior to signing him on Monday. One option the league has is to place Brown on the commissioner's exempt list, which would remove him from the active roster while allowing him to be paid. "I have found strength in my faith, my family, and from the accounts of other survivors of sexual assault", Taylor said in a statement released by her lawyer.

Brown and his agent, Drew Rosenhaus, on the other hand, had reason to believe that something was in the works. "We're taking it very seriously". He agreed to a contract with New England on Saturday but has yet to play for the Patriots. 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.

Heitner said in his statement Taylor invited herself to join Brown and his friends on a night out on the town, and then came on to Brown before they engaged in consensual sex at his residence.