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Antonio Brown Accuses Alleged Sexual Assault Victim Of Making False Criminal Accusations In Attempt To Settle

By Ryan Naumann

Antonio Brown is accusing the woman suing him for alleged sexual assault of making false criminal accusations against him to try and force a settlement.

According to court documents obtained by The Blast, Brown says he was tricked into signing a confidentiality agreement with his sexual assault accuser.

The ex-NFL star was sued by his former personal trainer, Britney Taylor. She accuses him of three sexual assaults in her complaint. Brown has denied all allegations of wrongdoing.

Brown countersued Taylor accusing her of defamation. He claimed their encounters were consensual. His suit stated, "Brown did not rape Taylor, nor did he exert physical force upon Taylor. Taylor and Brown had a consensual sexual intercourse on May 20, 2018." He even claims to have proof saying they, "were filmed in romantic and sexually suggestive positions and situations, wherein consent is evident."

In newly filed documents, Brown is asking the court to void a confidentiality agreement he signed with Taylor prior to her filing suit.


He reveals Taylor tried to hash out a settlement with Brown before suing him. He says a year after their last sexual encounter a lawyer reached out to his team. The lawyer demanded Brown sign a confidentiality agreement before he would release details of the alleged “serious sexual assault.”

He says after suing the agreement the lawyer handed over a draft of a lawsuit that accused him of more than sexual assault. Brown says it included, “scandalous and defamatory assertions that Defendant had engaged in other criminal and non-criminal conduct unreleased to the Plaintiff.” Brown was aware the mere publication of the, “even though untrue”, would jeopardize his football career and personal relationships.

Brown says he tried to settle the matter with Taylor for months, but she refused to turn over any evidence to back up her claims. He says once she filed the lawsuit it removed all mentions of the criminal allegations. He says he would have never signed the agreement if he wasn’t pressured. He wants the deal signed with Taylor found void. Brown believes it will allow him to build his defense in the case.


In her lawsuit, the first alleged incident happened on 2017 when Taylor says AB "exposed himself and kissed her without consent."

The following month, while at Taylor's home, the trainer claims Brown masturbated near her without her knowledge and ejaculated on her back. She says he later bragged about it in a series of text messages.

The third incident allegedly happened in 2018, Taylor says after a night out in Miami when she went back to AB’s home to use the bathroom. She claims the football star "forced her down onto a bed, pushed her face into the mattress, and forcibly raped her." Taylor says she became friends with Brown at college. They reconnected years later when he hired her as a personal trainer. The lawsuit is seeking unspecified damages.

The case is ongoing.

Brown recently made amends with his baby mama Chelsie Kyriss.

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