The NFL received a letter Thursday night in which a lawyer claims that New England Patriots star Antonio Brown sent "intimidating" text messages to his client after their allegations of Brown's past behavior were released this week.
] Sports Illustrated reports that the lawyer's client is an artist who claims that Brown made an unwanted sexual assault on her in 2017 when he was naked and held a small towel over his genitals after being charged with to paint a mural of him in his house.
The woman – whose allegations follow those of another woman accusing Brown of raping her – says she was dismissed for refusing to pay the advance.
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After Sports Illustrated reported the artist's allegations, the woman said she received a text message on Wednesday evening that contained the allegation that she had come up with a "bull sh" story for "money from." Brown get. But in the Thursday letter to the NFL, the lawyer writes that her client does not require payment in connection with her allegations, reports SI.
The woman claims that the text string comes from the same phone number Brown provided to her in 2017, the report said.
According to SI, in the text string is a reference to the artist as a "super-broke girl" and a request to someone named "Eric B" to "look up her history".
Then there is an Instagram photo of the woman with her children, accompanied by the message: "These her children … she is terribly bankrupt."
In her letter to the NFL, the artist's lawyer, Lisa J. Banks describes the texts as "intimidating and threatening" for the unnamed client, claiming the communication violated the NFL's Code of Conduct, SI reports.
The magazine writes that the NFL responded to the lawyer within an hour and made an appointment call between investors and the artist's lawyers. Neither the Patriots nor Brown's agent Drew Rosenhaus would comment on this matter, SI said.
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SI said she requested a comment from Brown by sending an SMS to the number associated with the SMS messages is. The magazine stated that it had received an answer, "Foh Clown", where "Foh" is the abbreviation for "Get the F – Out Here".
Amidst the turmoil of recent weeks, Brown debuted for the Patriots caught four passes for 56 yards last Sunday and scored a touchdown in the team's 43-0 win over the Miami Dolphins. The Patriots are supposed to play at home against the New York Jets this weekend.