Antonio Brown’s Accuser Claims Brown Was Sending Explicit Videos To Their Son, In 911 Call
The woman who accused former NFL wide receiver Antonio Brown of domestic violence told cops on a 911 call that he was allegedly sending explicit videos to their son during the dispute that led police to obtain an arrest warrant for Brown back in December.
The allegations came to light after TMZ obtained two 911 calls from the incident. Back in December, when the District Attorney’s Office announced it would be releasing the arrest warrant and dropping the battery charge, the office also announced that child protection investigators were allegedly looking into the November incident.
The woman told the Tampa Bay Police Department that she and Brown got into an argument on November 28th. She stated that she arrived at their house on the 27th and Brown allegedly started throwing a fit.
The woman told police that she took their kids outside but that led to Brown allegedly throwing all of her clothes out of the house, according to TMZ. She then alleged on the call that Brown was sending explicit videos to his son’s phone.
A second 911 call obtained by TMZ features an unknown person claiming to be their neighbor and stating that Brown had thrown the woman out of the house.
A police report claimed that Brown allegedly threw a shoe at the woman’s ponytail which led to an outstanding warrant for Brown’s arrest.
The former NFL player was never taken into custody and prosecutors decided not to file charges after the alleged victim “recanted her previous allegations regarding Mr. Brown’s intent to strike her or cause her bodily harm.”
Brown has not played in the NFL since January 2nd with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, after he took his shirt off and stormed off the field, abandoning his Buccaneers teammates during a game against the New York Jets. His bizarre exit was spurred on by an argument with the head coach, Bruce Arians in the third quarter. Brown later accused the team of injecting him with painkillers, pressuring him to play injured and trying to paint him as someone who needed mental health treatment.
TMZ has more HERE.