Antonio Brown, the embattled recipient who vowed to never play in the NFL again on Sunday after being fired from the New England Patriots after being accused by a second wife of sexual misconduct, tweeted the beginning This month an African proverb is a warning to the league.
"The child who is not hugged by the village will burn it down to feel its warmth," he tweeted.
Brown exclaimed Robert Kraft, the owner of the Patriots, who was "caught" in the salon "and said," Different pats differ significantly from each other. "Kraft has been charged with requesting sexual activity in connection with visits to a Florida spa. He did not plead guilty. Investigators said they had video evidence, MassLive.com reported.
The star-wide receiver also pointed to the apparent hypocrisy of the league with the treatment of injured quarterback Ben Roethlisberger. He pointed out that the Steelers quarterback was accused in 201
"Four games for the crazy world of Big Ben that I've done with it," he tweeted. Roethlisberger is a former teammate. The prosecution decided not to bring charges against Roethlisberger.
Brown was previously charged in a Sports Illustrated story, published on Monday, with exposing himself to an artist he hired to paint a mural in his home. He has rejected both allegations.
The NFL said it will continue to investigate Brown's behavior, as is the case with stars like Ray Rice and Kareem Hunt and smaller players who have violated the policy of personal behavior, whether convicted or not
Brown was charged by a former coach who claimed to have raped or sexually assaulted her three times.
According to a Sports Illustrated story, a second woman, who was not identified as a victim of sexual harassment, worked for Brown when she turned around and found that he was naked except for a small towel that covered his genitals.
After the article was published, the magazine reported that Brown's wife received what she called "intimidating texts" containing pictures of her children.
The Associated Press contributed to this report