35-year-old Antonio Brown found himself on a college campus this week.
As the NFL prepares for the 2023 kickoff, the curious case of Antonio Brown adds another chapter to its long and interesting story.
The former NFL wide receiver has been hearing all the talk about him having CTE, which is a progressive and fatal brain disease associated with repeated traumatic brain injuries. Earlier this week, disgraced NFL wide receiver Antonio Brown appeared to claim that he had CTE (Chronic traumatic encephalopathy).
In a tweet late on September 6, Brown said “C.atch T.he E.nergy CTE!!!!”
He then followed that up with a video in which he appeared to be partying and rapping his music with members of the Theta Chi chapter at Florida State.
Brown has seemingly been on a downward spiral for years now. He has been involved in numerous incidents, including tossing furniture out of his 14th-floor apartment window nearly hitting a 22-month-old child on the patio below.
Back in 2019, his former trainer, Britney Taylor, filed a lawsuit alleging he sexually assaulted her on three occasions. She would soon release text messages of him harassing her which led to the Patriots releasing him after one game played.
In 2020, the Hollywood Police Department returned a check from Brown as they wanted no association with him with their youth league. Just days later, he reportedly attacked a moving truck driver at his home, which led to Brown being charged with battery and burglary.
Last year, a video showed him exposing himself to a woman at the Armani Hotel in Dubai. Later on in 2022, Tampa police attempted to serve Brown with an arrest warrant on domestic violence charges but he refused to leave his home to be arrested. The complaining party eventually dropped the charges.
In April 2023, an arrest warrant was issued for Brown for failing to make child support payments.
It’s sad what his life turned into, but he doesn’t seem to think he has any issues.
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