Minor Development In Rape Suit Against Antonio Brown

November 10th, 2020

The Buccaneers don’t seem to think the ugly accusations against Antonio Brown are legitimate or are a big deal — at least not enough to get in the way of their quest for a Super Bowl.

Still, they’re out there, and ProFootballTalk.com wrote up an update in the civil case today.

There’s not much new, but Joe’s not going to ignore it. If you want to catch up on the heinous details. Click the link to Mike Florio’s story.

11 Responses to “Minor Development In Rape Suit Against Antonio Brown”

  1. Jmarkbuc Says:

    There ya go cobraboy…still good with your fan- player marriage? Think this girl gives a damn if we win a super bowl?

  2. Robert Says:

    I think after listening to all the JW apologists on his allegations has made me soft to looking past AB’s. I mean if they can do it so can I. Go AB!

  3. Tackleblockwin Says:

    A+ on the picture.

  4. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    Sounds like just a “hassle” to me.

  5. Chris@Apple Roof Cleaning Tampa Says:

    If there was any evidence of Rape, I think we would see criminal charges. Instead, we have a Civil Suit. Anyone can sue anyone.
    This so called “development” in this case is no surprise. She wants MONEY!

  6. Tampabuscsbro Says:

    Kind of funny the R word was never used when talking about a certain other players “Hassle”
    It makes you think. Feel free to punch rape and Jameis into the site archives here. You’ll find what you want to pretend isn’t there.–Joe

  7. Mike Johnson Says:

    I like the last sentence..quest for a Superbowl. Ain’t happening this year so I guess it is a quest

  8. Rebound Says:

    Hopefully AB and Jameis didn’t share a uber after the game.

  9. Swampbuc Says:

    Find him guity and get the cancer away.

    He was a big help Sunday night against the Saints, eh?

  10. Bradinator Says:

    I was not a huge fan of the signing. Just didn’t think we needed him, since we already have Mike Evans (whether TB12 can actually see him is another matter), Chris Godwin, Gronk and Miller. I know the guy is talented, but if this is true, he should be locked up. I hate to try people in the “court of public opinion”.

  11. John Sinclear Says:

    Civil procedure, Joe. Brown was unemployed, so there was no resource to recover. Now he’s employed, so there is. Insurance doesn’t cover punitive damages.