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

New England Patriots wide receiver Antonio Brown won’t be prosecuted according to Pittsburgh-area law enforcement.
Britney Taylor is attracting a civil lawsuit against Brown to an incident in June 2017.
“The office, Together with the Allegheny County Police Department, made contact with counsel for the plaintiff in the federal lawsuit involving Antonio Brown,” the Allegheny County District Attorney’s Office wrote in a statement.
“Procedurally, it appears there is a statute of limitations problem in proceeding forward with any inquiry involving the Allegheny County allegation said in the litigation.”
The NFL continues to investigate and has interviewed Taylor, but it isn’t known whether Brown will be interviewed by the league.
Taylor asserts Brown sexually attacked her on three separate occasions, including after in Pittsburgh, where the receiver played for nine seasons, and in Florida.
ESPN also has reported that Brown, who hired Taylor as soon as they attended Central Michigan in exactly the moment, turned down a $2m settlement until the lawsuit was filed.
Confidential discussions between the two parties had been maintained, and it was ascertained that the Patriots wouldn’t have known about the allegations unless conditions of the confidentiality had been breached.
Darren Heitner, Brown’s lawyer, said in an announcement that his client had been in a”consensual personal relationship” by Taylor.

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