Antonio Brown Attacks the NFL on Twitter
Former New England Patriots wide receiver, Antonio Brown, has proclaimed in a string of tweets that he will never play in the NFL again. Brown was released from his contract with the New England Patriots prematurely. This follows accusations of sexual misconduct levelled against the player by a second woman. During his Twitter rant, Antonio Brown saw it fitting to include an African proverb. It read ‘The child who is not embraced by the village will burn it down to feel its warmth’. Many saw this tweet as a warning to the popular football league.
Antonio Brown also made mention of the allegations of sexual misconduct levelled against New England Patriots owner, Robert Kraft. Brown made the reference of a former teammate, Ben Roethlisberger, who was accused of sexual harassment. Roethlisberger was suspended for four games. Brown tweeted ‘4 games for Big Ben crazy world I’m done with it’. The NFL has announced that it will continue with investigations into Brown’s conduct as it has previously done in the past with other players.
Other Charges against Antonio Brown
Antonio Brown is facing a civil lawsuit from a former trainer claiming she was raped by the football player. The former trainer claims to have been sexually assaulted by the player more than three times. He was also recently accused of exposing himself to a painter who was invited by the player to paint a mural in the player’s home. Brown has denied all accusations levelled against him.
New England Patriots star player, Tom Brady, was questioned about Antonio Brown’s situation when he appeared on The Greg Hill Show. He stated that he has ‘personal feelings’ regarding the situation however, he did not feel the need to share his sentiments on the matter. He merely stated that it was a ‘difficult’ situation.
Head coach of the New England Patriots, Bill Belicheck, simply requested that the focus is on the Jets when asked about the situation with Antonio Brown and the team. This was ahead of the team’s clash with the New York Jets, which the Patriots won 30-14.
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