One of Brown's accusers has met with NFL

Tanya Simon
September 20, 2019

In an e-mail to NFL Network, an official with the Allegheny County District Attorney's Office said there appears to be a statute of limitations issue associated with the claims made by Brown's former trainer, Britney Taylor, in her civil lawsuit filed last week.

Remember, Britney Taylor alleges in a federal lawsuit filed earlier this month that, on TWO separate occasions in the Pittsburgh area in 2017, Brown sexually assaulted her.

Northern Regional Police Chief Robert Amann has said there were never any criminal reports of sexual assault at Brown's house in Pine.

"Our office, along with the Allegheny County Police Department, made contact with counsel for the plaintiff in the federal lawsuit involving Antonio Brown", the Allegheny County District Attorney's Office told Omnisport in a statement.

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In other words, if Taylor wanted Brown prosecuted in Pennsylvania, she may have waited too long to make it happen.

Taylor reportedly met with NFL investigators this week to give her statement, while Brown is expected to meet with the league soon to discuss the allegations.

Although the allegations became public last week, Brown practiced with the Patriots, then played on Sunday in a 43-0 rout of Miami, scoring a touchdown. Brown later hired Taylor as a trainer. He agreed to a contract with New England that same day. The suit contends those incidents took place in Florida.

The second accuser mentioned Brown assaulted her in his Pittsburgh home in 2017. ESPN's Jeff Darlington reported those discussions included a $2 million settlement offer that Brown declined. She says Brown inappropriately propositioned her while standing naked at the lend a hand of her with most efficient a minute towel over his privates.

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