The second accuser of Patriots WR Antonio Brown alleges he sent her intimidating text messages on Wednesday night following the story of her allegations of unwanted sexual advances in 2017, reports Robert Klemko.
On Thursday night, the woman’s lawyer notified the NFL and included screenshots in a letter sent to the league.
The woman says Brown texted her and three other people to encourage the other parties to dig into her past. Her lawyer petitioned the NFL to take action against Brown for “intimidating and threatening” her client in what she views as a “violation of the NFL Personal Conduct Policy.”
Brown’s lawyer, Darren Heitner, was in the group text but did not respond and would not comment about them when asked by reporters.
The NFL is meeting with the accuser’s lawyer today, per Jason La Canfora.
Patriots head coach Bell Belichick grew tired of AB questions in his press conference on Friday and stormed out after he confirmed the team was “looking into” the latest incident.