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Antonio Brown emails: Language of NSFW text messages to Britney Taylor widely panned as misogynistic

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Antonio Brown’s text messages to Britney Taylor are being shared on social media. Pic credit: ESPN/YouTube

The emails New England Patriots wide receiver Antonio Brown allegedly sent to former personal trainer Britney Taylor have attracted a lot of attention since they were published. The messages are part of the lawsuit filed by Taylor’s attorney in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida.

The language of the alleged NSFW text messages by Antonio Brown to his former personal trainer Britney Taylor is being widely panned as misogynistic.

In the lawsuit, Taylor, 28, accusing Brown, 31, of rape, battery, intentional infliction of emotional damage, false imprisonment, and invasion of privacy.

According to Taylor, Brown committed the alleged acts of battery and rape on three separate occasions in 2017 and 2018 at his residence in Pittsburgh and Florida.

Brown, who signed with the Patriots earlier this week, has denied the allegations through a statement by his attorney Darren Heitner. The text messages, which can be viewed here on page 6 of the court filing, have generated a lot of comments due to their graphic nature.

Screenshots of the text messages have been widely shared on Twitter with many expressing shock over the offensive language employed.

Some Twitter users also offered translations of the messages.

The consensus on Twitter is that the emails are potentially damning and could provide crucial evidence in Taylor’s lawsuit.

Fans are also speculating about what is next for Brown after he signed with the Patriots earlier in the week.

The NFL is reportedly considering placing Brown on the commissioner’s exempt list.

If Brown is placed on the commissioner’s exempt list, he will continue to be paid but he won’t be able to play, practice, or travel with his new team. However, he will be able to attend meetings and participate in workouts at the team’s facility.

Quoting a legal analyst, Fox Business noted that if Brown is eventually placed on on the exempt list, it would be the first time the measure has been used in response to a civil lawsuit without any criminal charges.

John Thomas Didymus has worked as a writer since 2010. He has written for several sites including Screen Rant and WikiHow, and his articles have... read more
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