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Antonio Brown's Baby Mama Chelsie Kyriss Unbothered As Ex-NFL Star Tries To Evict Her

By Ryan Naumann

Antonio Brown’s baby mama Chelsie Kyriss isn’t letting the ex-NFL star’s eviction lawsuit get her down.

Kyriss posted a quote on social media writing, “Life is not about being better than someone else, it’s about being better than you used to be.”

She then posted a car selfie looking happy with a heart emoji. Kyriss seems to be keeping a good attitude despite her ex trying to remove her from his home.

Earlier this week, Brown rushed to court demanding a judge grant him a default judgment. He sued his baby mama demanding she is removed from his home immediately. He accused her of refusing to leave his home, despite serving her with an eviction notice weeks ago.

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In legal docs, Brown called Kyriss his “former girlfriend” who had been living in his home as a guest. He claimed to have “repeatedly demanded that Defendant vacate the subject property and surrender possession of the subject property to Plaintiff but, to date, Defendant refuses to do so and Defendants continues to remain in, occupy or otherwise possess the subject property without consent of Plaintiff …”

He gave his baby mama a deadline of December 18, demanding she be gone and remove all her property from the home.

In newly filed court documents, Brown accuses his ex of refusing to leave despite being warned. He said she was served with the legal papers but failed to respond in court. He requested a default judgment against her, which would allow him to legally evict her with police officers.

Brown is pleading with the court to wrap up the case and let him kick out his baby mama. A judge has yet to rule.


Brown is still in the middle of two separate legal battles. He is fighting his ex-landlord, Vladimir Kirsanov, who accuses the ex-NFL star of trashing a $7 million Miami condo.

The landlord claims Brown left the home with severe damage. He accused the NFL star of breaching the lease by “destroying, damaging, defacing the premises, as well as furnishings, appliances and other personal belongings” of the owner.

Brown has denied all allegations and counter-sued the landlord. He is still facing a lawsuit by a female trainer who accuses him of sexual assault.

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