Sexual misconduct allegations made by an unnamed artist at a comprehensive Sports Illustrated report released on Monday have been denied by antonio Brown.
From the report, Brown is accused of approaching the girl with just a hand cloth covering his torso while she was painting a mural at the wide receiver’s home in Pittsburgh, an action she took as a”clear sexual come-on”.
She told Sports Illustrated’s Robert Klemko:”I had been about 40 percent done on the next day, and I am on my knees painting the bottom, and she walks me up butt-ass naked, with a hand cloth covering his [penis] and begins with a dialog with me.
“Unfortunately, I have been tried (by men) a lot of instances, so I just kept my cool and kept painting. After that, everything ended abruptly.”
The incident allegedly occurred in July, 2017. The woman, who didn’t press charges, stated Brown paid her an agreed amount of 2,000 for the two days’ work she finished around the mural but subsequently”ghosted” her. The mural was left bare and she was not able to recover another painting that was left Brown’s home.
Brown’s attorney, Darren Heitner, denied the allegations on Twitter later on Monday on behalf of his customer.
“Antonio Brown has reviewed the sexual misconduct allegations made by an unnamed artist contained in a newly published Sports Illustrated post and denies he ever engaged in such activities. There’ll be no additional comment right now,” Heitner tweeted.
Brown denied independent rape accusations after a civil lawsuit was filed by the participant’s former personal trainer in Florida.
Even the 31-year-old is accused of three sexual offences by Britney Taylor, who chose to forgo her right between 2018 and 2017.
The litigation seeks”compensatory and punitive damages”, stating that Ms Taylor, 28,”has suffered near-daily panic attacks and suicidal ideations” because the alleged incidents.
Brown asserts any sexual activity between both was consensual and believes the lawsuit is financially motivated. Heitner says that his client plans to countersue.
The NFL is planning to meet Taylor in New York on Monday.
After being published by the Oakland Raiders, brown, who signed up on September 7 to the New England Patriots, made his debut to the reigning Super Bowl champions against the Miami Dolphins on Sunday.
He caught four passes for 56 yards and a touchdown in a win for the Patriots in Miami.