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Report: Antonio Brown Declined to Sign $2M Settlement With Accuser

SI.com Sunday, 15 September 2019
Report: Antonio Brown Declined to Sign $2M Settlement With AccuserBritney Taylor accused Brown of sexual assault and rape in a federal lawsuit filed last Tuesday.
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News video: Antonio Brown Hit With Second Sexual Misconduct Allegation

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Antonio Brown Hit With Second Sexual Misconduct Allegation The NFL wideout's former trainer, Britney Taylor, had already claimed he sexually assaulted her. Now a second woman has made an accusation against the New England Patriot. The woman, an artist, says she went to Brown's house in the summer of...

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