Britney Taylor passed lie detector test regarding Antonio Brown allegations
The woman who has filed a lawsuit against Antonio Brown accusing the star wide receiver of sexually assaulting her on multiple occasions says she took a lie detector test that confirmed her account of the incidents.
In the lawsuit she filed in the Southern District of Florida on Tuesday, Britney Taylor states that she decided to come forward with the allegations against Brown after having relationship troubles with her fiance and trying to cope with “extreme emotional difficulties.” Taylor sought advice from a leader at her church who also happened to be a former Assistant District Attorney, and he recommended she enter therapy and retain legal counsel. Sometime after that, Taylor underwent a polygraph examination.
The lawsuit states that the polygraph “was conducted by one of the nation’s leading examiners, who previously led the FBI’s polygraph program.” It confirmed Taylor’s account that Brown ejaculated on her without her consent in June 2017 and raped her in May 2018. Messages Brown sent to Taylor also seem to reference the ejaculation event.
Taylor has accused Brown of sexually assaulting her twice and raping her once. The first incident took place earlier in June 2017, when Taylor says Brown exposed himself to her and kissed her without consent. That incident was not mentioned in the lawsuit in relation to the polygraph.
Taylor is not pursuing criminal charges at the moment, but that could change. Brown, who recently signed with the New England Patriots, could also be suspended by the NFL depending on what league investigators learn. There has been talk that he is on the verge of landing on the commissioner’s exempt list.
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