On Tuesday, the world found out that Antonio Brown was accused of three separate incidents of sexual assault and rape by his former trainer who stated two of the three encounters happened during training sessions in June of 2017.
The lawsuit claims Brown exposed himself and kissed her without her permission.
“Later that month, Brown, while positioned behind her, began masturbating near her without her knowledge and ejaculated on her back.”
The last occurence happened in May 2018 when she alleges Brown forced her onto a bed, pushed her face into a mattress and “forcibly” raped her.
Despite that, investigators in Miami, Hollywood, Florida, and Pittsburgh, PA told TMZ Sports “they have NO records of Antonio Brown’s rape accuser ever filing a criminal complaint with officers.”
“When we spoke with officials from the Hollywood Police Department in Florida — where Brown has a residence — they told us they have no records of a complaint ever filed by Taylor.
A spokesperson from the Department of Public Safety in Pittsburgh says they have no records of a complaint either, adding, there are “no active investigations into” Brown at this time.
As for the Miami-Dade Police Department, a spokesperson there tells us, “The Special Victims Bureau does not have any records of a sexual assault reported by the alleged victim, nor any reports where Antonio Brown is subject.”
This doesn’t mean a crime didn’t happen, it just means Taylor didn’t go to cops prior to filing a lawsuit.
Taylor’s lawsuit is seeking compensation for “physical injuries, pain and suffering, humiliation, embarrassment, stress and anxiety, loss of self-esteem and self-confidence, and emotional pain and suffering.”