Police will not look into first two alleged Antonio Brown incidents

Ryan Hannable
September 18, 2019 - 1:14 pm

While Britney Taylor, the woman who filed a civil lawsuit against Antonio Brown for allegedly sexually assaulting and raping her, reportedly met with the NFL for 10 hours Monday, the claims will not be looked into by Pennsylvania police.

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The Allegheny County DA told the NFL Network they reached out to Taylor's representation since the first two alleged incidents took place in their state, but they cannot move forward with anything because of a statute of limitations issue. That is because the incidents took place more than two years ago -- July of 2017.

As it relates to Brown on the field, it helps him stay eligible since criminal charges would have made it more likely for the league to place him on the Commissioners' Exempt list.

All things are pointing towards Brown being on the field again Sunday against the Jets.

It is worth noting there has been a second sexual misconduct case that was surfaced in a Sports Illustrated story earlier this week claiming Brown got naked behind her while she was painting, but she did not file any charges.

Brown made his debut Sunday in Miami and caught four passes for 56 yards and a touchdown.

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