Josh Brown repeatedly beat up his wife, is a bad guy
The NFL and the New York Giants took a lot of heat over kicker Josh Brown only being suspended for one game despite the domestic violence allegation he faced, and the latest information makes them and him look a lot worse.
Multiple media outlets on Wednesday shared evidence from a police file on Brown that shows the Giants kicker admitted to abusing his wife multiple times. The evidence from the file comes from emailed letters, counseling, and Brown’s personal journal, according to NJ.com and other outlets.
The investigation by police eventually led to a recommendation of two fourth-degree charges of domestic violence. Brown was arrested in May, 2015 for domestic violence but the charge was dropped five days later.
Here is some of the evidence of domestic violence against Brown via NJ.com:
In a letter to friends from Brown in March of 2014, also included in the police documents, Brown writes that “… I become an abuser and hurt [his wife] physically, emotionally and verbally.”
In a personal journal entry attributed to Brown that appears to be from 2013 and is also included in the police documents, he writes: “I have physically, mentally, emotionally and verbally been a repulsive man. … I have abused my wife.”
Brown got a one-game suspension from the NFL. One game. Tom Brady got four games for possibly asking equipment men to take some air out of his ball.