Britney Taylor to meet with NFL over Antonio Brown case after wedding
Britney Taylor, the woman who accused Antonio Brown of sexually assaulting her on multiple occasions in a lawsuit she filed this week, is willing to cooperate with NFL officials who want to investigate the allegations further.
Taylor, who is Brown’s former trainer and friend, is planning to meet with the NFL next week. That is the soonest she is available, as she is getting married this weekend.
Antonio Brown's former trainer Britney Taylor – who filed a sexual assault lawsuit against her former client Tuesday – is willing and planning to meet with the NFL next week, which is as soon as she can, sources tell ESPN. First, Taylor is getting married.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) September 11, 2019
Taylor has accused Brown of sexually assaulting her twice in 2017 and raping her in 2018. She filed a lawsuit in Florida court on Tuesday and is seeking compensation for “physical injuries, pain and suffering, humiliation, embarrassment, stress and anxiety, loss of self-esteem and self-confidence, and emotional pain and suffering.”
While no criminal charges have been filed, Brown is still subject to the NFL’s personal conduct policy. The league is reportedly giving strong consideration to placing him on the commissioner’s exempt list during the investigation.
Brown signed a contract with the New England Patriots last week, and they were apparently unaware of the allegations against the star receiver before the lawsuit was filed.
For more on the subject:
– Britney Taylor passed lie detector test regarding Antonio Brown allegations
– Here’s a summary of the lawsuits filed against Antonio Brown since 2018
– Antonio Brown planning to file countersuit against Britney Taylor
– Attorney defends Antonio Brown against ‘money grab’ allegations
– Patriots react to lawsuit filed against Antonio Brown