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Antonio Brown soap opera continues
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Brown is being sued in federal court in Miami for sexual assault and rape by his former trainer
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Kick his ass out of the league already.
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AB is a disease everywhere he goes. Hope this ain’t a money grab thing. She didn’t ask for a lot which is surprising. Either way, it’s going to be a good day when we don’t have to hear about him anymore.
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So Brown and Ben have more than just being diva cry babies in common. No wonder there was drama behind the scenes.
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Good things come to good people. Sarcasm

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(09-11-2019, 01:35 AM)Murdock2420 Wrote: So Brown and Ben have more than just being diva cry babies in common. No wonder there was drama behind the scenes.

Appears so

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lol at least hes not throwing furnature out of high rises anymore but damn
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If he claims the sex/relationship was consentual, why did he "hire" her as his personal trainer? 
*for rent*
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(09-11-2019, 01:18 PM)rfaulk34 Wrote: If he claims the sex/relationship was consentual, why did he "hire" her as his personal trainer? 

I guess that depends on the "training" he was receiving.
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(09-11-2019, 01:40 PM)XenoMorph Wrote: I guess that depends on the "training" he was receiving.

Prostitution!!!
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I think it's a money grab.

If it was not consensual, then why she keep coming back after he supposedly raped her? If it was rape, I would think that she wouldn't want to be anywhere near him, much less go back to his house alone.
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Impossible! Brown has always been such an upstanding, fine young player with no issues that would catch the attention of authorities!  Hilarious
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(09-11-2019, 04:20 PM)Mike M (the other one) Wrote: I think it's a money grab.

If it was not consensual, then why she keep coming back after he supposedly raped her? If it was rape, I would think that she wouldn't want to be anywhere near him, much less go back to his house alone.

The way that I understand it, Incident 1 he whipped out his Wein and tried to kiss her. #2 he jizzed on her back. After that she separated from him for several months. After that time, he reconnected with her, apologized and begged her to come back and work with him again. She did and thats when the alleged rape occurred. 

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And here's Ole Billy getting really pissed off today. Just wait Billy, this is just the beginning of the AB circus. 



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I know it's a tough concept to grasp for those who couldn't get laid with $1000 taped to their peckers in a brothel, but not every rape allegation is about money. Sometimes there's actual justice involved. 
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A few things I want to note. One, AB has been extremely wealthy for a very long time. Yes the timing of the lawsuit seems odd given AB's signing with the Pats. But if it was a money grab it seems the timing would have been better when he signed his 30 million contract with the Raiders.

Secondly, victims of abuse often feel shame (by no fault of their own), "What did I do wrong? Why didn't I know better? How could I let that happen to me?" Should they move on and try to forget about it, try live a normal life? Or subject themselves to having to relive it and all the scrutiny that goes with it by coming forward? Examples: "Just a money grab" "Why did she keep going back?"

That said, the courts are going to have to settle this. It is a sad situation for all involved.
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