The woman who has accused former NFL star Antonio Brown of domestic violence is now claiming that he also sent explicit videos to her young son.
According to TMZ Sports, the woman made this claim in a 911 call during a November dispute with Brown. The woman, who remains unnamed, stated that she and the former Tampa Bay Buccaneer had a “little argument” at their home in Florida. Brown is the father of her three children.
The woman reported that she arrived at the shared home on November 27th, and within hours, Brown “started throwing a fit.” She said she removed the children from the house in an attempt to de-escalate the situation. Brown allegedly then began to “throw all of my clothes out of the house” and also sent explicit videos to her son’s phone.
In the 911 call, the woman can be heard yelling at Brown, warning him, “This is not legal! You might want to go inside! You better hide out!” A second 911 call believed to be from a neighbor reported that Brown had thrown his wife out of the house.
When police arrived at the scene, Brown allegedly threw a shoe at the woman. Police issued a warrant for his arrest, but prosecutors announced before Christmas that they were not filing charges against Brown because the alleged victim “recanted her previous allegations regarding Mr. Brown’s intent to strike her or cause her bodily harm.” Brown remains a free agent and has not commented on the incident.
Since his on-field meltdown during last year’s NFL playoffs, Brown has consistently been in trouble. He has been accused of sleeping with an influencer who licked an airplane toilet seat, flashing in Dubai, and trolling his former teammate Tom Brady. The recent accusation of sending explicit videos to a minor adds another layer to the list of controversies surrounding Brown.