The NFL received a letter Thursday night in which a lawyer claims that New England Patriots star Antonio Brown sent his client "intimidating" text messages after her accusations of Brown's past behavior were made public this week. says in a report.  Sports Illustrated reports that the lawyer's client is an artist who claims that Brown made an unwanted sexual advance on her in 2017, claiming he was approaching her while he was naked, holding a small towel over his genitals after she was hired to paint a mural from him inside his home.
The woman – whose claims follow those of a different woman who claims she was raped by Brown ̵
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After Sports Illustrated reported the artist's claims, the woman said she received a string of text messages Wednesday night that included an accusation that she had made "Bull w – story" in an attempt to get money from Brown. But in a letter Thursday to the NFL, the lawyer said her client was not seeking any payment in connection with her claims, the SI said.
The woman claims that the text string comes from the same phone number that Brown provided to her in 2017, the report said.
According to SI, the text string refers to the artist as a "super broken girl" and a plea to someone named "Eric B" to "search for her story of history."
Then there is a picture on Instagram of a woman with her children, accompanied by the message, "those children of hers … she is terribly broken."
In her letter to the NFL, the artist's lawyer, Lisa J. Banks, describing the texts as "intimidating and threatening" for the unnamed client and claims that the communication violates the NFL's personal conduct policy, SI reports.
The magazine writes that the NFL responded to the lawyer within one hour and scheduled a telephone conversation between investing originators and the artist's attorneys. Neither the Patriots nor Brown's agent, Drew Rosenhouse, would comment on the matter, according to SI.
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SI says it sought comment from Brown by sending a text to a text message related number. The magazine said it received the answer, "foh clown", with "foh" being the abbreviation for the words "get the f — out of here." four passes for 56 yards and a touchdown in a 43-0 win over the Miami Dolphins. The Patriots have to play at home this weekend against the New York Jets.