Patriots WR Antonio Brown will not face prosecution on sexual assault accusations

New England Patriots wide receiver Antonio Brown will not be prosecuted according to Pittsburgh-area law enforcement.
Britney Taylor is currently attracting a civil lawsuit against Brown.
“The office, along with the Allegheny County Police Department, made contact counsel for the plaintiff in the federal litigation between Antonio Brown,” the Allegheny County District Attorney’s Office wrote in a statement.
“Procedurally, it seems there’s a statute of limitations problem in moving ahead with any inquiry involving the Allegheny County allegation cited in the lawsuit.”
The NFL continues to research and has interviewed Taylor, but it is not known whether Brown will be interviewed by the league.
Taylor asserts Brown assaulted her on three occasions, including after in Pittsburgh, in which the wide receiver played the Steelers for nine seasons, and double in Florida.
ESPN also has noted that when they attended Central Michigan at exactly the identical moment, Brown, who hired Taylor, turned down a $ 2m settlement prior to the suit was filed.
Confidential discussions between both parties were held, and it had been ascertained the Patriots would not have known about the allegations unless provisions of this confidentiality had been breached.
Darren Heitner, Brown’s lawyer, said in an announcement that his client had been at a”consensual private relationship” by Taylor.

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