Britney Taylor met with NFL for 10 hours to discuss Antonio Brown allegations
If Antonio Brown is going to convince NFL officials that the sexual assault allegations that were laid out against him in a lawsuit filed last week are untrue, it sounds like he will have to contradict an awful lot of information that the alleged victim provided for the league.
Britney Taylor, the woman who has accused Antonio Brown of sexually assaulting her on three separate occasions, met with the NFL for 10 hours on Monday to provide information, Ana Cabrera of CNN reports.
NFL meeting with Antonio Brown's accuser lasted 10 hours, a source close to the case tells CNN.
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Taylor has said from the start that she is willing to cooperate with all investigations. The NFL has chosen to wait until hearing both hers and Brown’s account of the events that transpired over the past two years before deciding whether or not to place Brown on the commissioner’s exempt list, and the star receiver will likely have his say at some point this week.
In the lawsuit filed against Brown, Taylor says Brown sexually assaulted her on two occasions in June 2017 and raped her in 2018. Brown’s legal representatives have dismissed the allegations as a “money grab” from a woman who used to have a consensual sexual relationship with the seven-time Pro Bowler.
New allegations against Brown came to light this week when a woman who chose to remain anonymous accused him of similar sexual misconduct to the type Taylor says she had to endure. The NFL could also ask Brown about that alleged incident.