On Sunday, receiver Antonio Brown made his debut with the New England Patriots, finishing with four catches for 56 yards and a touchdown.
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And on Monday, the history of Sports Illustrated revealed a new accusation of sexual misconduct by Brown, and also provided details of multiple incidents of a part-time receiver bailing part-time employees and disrespecting the process.
Artist: Brown approached her naked, saved from auctioning
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The overall picture is one who has little, if any, respect for those he wants to do for him, is rarely held accountable, and considers social media posts to be the same as money.
The most appalling statement is from an artist whom Brown hired in 2017.
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Brown noticed both the portrait and the artist, who was in his late 20s; one of the co-founders of the National Youth Organization, Sofia Hanson, said she was headed for a possible $ 450 profit with a $ 700 bid to buy it for herself.
He told Hanson that he would pay for the work of art at a later date, and she accepted it at his word.
He also invited the artist to come to his 8,800-square-foot home in the suburbs north of Pittsburgh to create another of his paintings, this time a mural. He agreed to a $ 1,000 daily fee for her work and sent a van to transport her and some of his friends and associates from New York to the Pittsburgh area.
The woman who talked about the alleged incident for the first time after contacting Sports Illustrated, Brown began flirting with her, but initially didn't think of it as this type of behavior was something she was dealing with. often.
When Brown posted a live video of his progress on social media, the artist was thrilled.
"It was very exciting for this person to be interested in my work," she said. "He did this by trusting me and letting me do my thing."
But only on her second day did things get more than uncomfortable.
The woman said that at one point she was kneeling while drawing and turned to find Brown standing behind her. He was naked, except for a small towel he held for his genitals.
"He was flirting with me, but I didn't pay attention to him because I was there for business, plus I had already seen him with many girls the time I was with him," the woman said. "On the second day, I was about 40 percent and on my knees I was drawing the bottom [of the mural] and he was walking up my ass, with a handkerchief covering [penis] and talking to me.
“Unfortunately, I tried many times [by men] so I just kept cool and kept drawing. Then everything ended abruptly. ”
The next day, Brown told her that he was heading to his native Miami. She still believed he would finish the mural when he returned, but weeks went by without contact with him and his various assistants stopped responding to her text messages as well.
Brown paid her $ 2,000 for two days work. She did not pursue charges or remuneration, but was concerned about his behavior. She told SI that friends she told about the incident with Brown contacted her last week after news of the case against him.
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Brown also did not pay $ 700 to the National Youth Foundation. that he had bet on the original The portrait he bought at the charity auction despite the messages and emails sent to Brown and Agent Drew Rosenhouse.  Distant and empty promises.
Victor Prisk, who runs Prisk Orthopedics and Wellness (POW) in Monroville, PA, said Brown's reputation was ahead of him, but he met with Brown in August 2018, despite what he had heard about the Steelers then. .
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"I just thought it was more childish," Prisk told Sports Illustrated. "I'm a doctor and this guy farts in my face."
But Prisk agreed to accept Brown as a client, creating diets and supplement programs and acting as his on-call wellness coach. he verbally agreed that Prisc would be paid $ 500 an hour, but every time Prisc made a payment, Brown seemed reluctant.
Instead, he will announce that he and Prisk become business partners.
"In his first meeting with him, he told me, 'I want to take you on a salary, I want you in my team,'" Prisk said. "Then he wants, 'We have to build this downtown. POW 2! "I like it, O.K., that's cool. You found a building, someone has signed a contract to sell the building. Don't hear anything back. Then he says, "I'll connect you with a treadmill company I work with. We'll take you a few running paths for your gym. "AB stops talking to this person and then they tell me they don't give me a treadmill."
The history of Prisk has become a familiar model.
"He tells you he will deserve you completely," Prisk said. "He will invest in your business, he will invest in you. You are part of my family. Call God and all that. But he doesn't do it and doesn't even pay the bill. "
Priscka filed a lawsuit in Pennsylvania this month, demanding $ 11,500 from Brown;
Although Brown's tenure as a member of the Oakland Raiders lasted less than six months, he is accused of pinning someone he worked with there – coach Sean Pena, whom Brown flew to Northern California for a week on training, he is being tried for $ 7,200 in unpaid wages. Police call for three consecutive days.
SI history says police have been called to Brown's home in Pittsburgh three times in the last four years and each time his girlfriend, Chelsea Kiris, has been involved. Brown and Kiris have three children together.
None of these calls resulted in an arrest.
According to police in Hollywood, Florida, on January 17 this year, Wiltris Jackson, who has a daughter with Brown, and
Brown refuse to let Jackson into his home, leading to a heated argument and Brown claims he was pushed Jackson on the ground; she suffered a cut on her arm. Hollywood police say Jackson did not want to press charges.
According to police in Sunny Isles, Florida, officers were called to Brown's home on three correct days in April 2018.
On April 23, Brown called police to report that he had returned from a trip to discover that a gun and a $ 80,000 bag were stolen from a closet in his apartment.
<p class = "canvas-atom canvas-text Mb (1.0em) Mb (0) – -sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type = "text" content = "The next day, police returned after a call that Brown is throwing furniture from the 14th floor residence balcony; officials say Brown is "very excited. "(The family of a young child who was almost struck by the falling furniture brought a case against Brown and & nbsp; both sides settled in April .)" Data-reactid = "74"> The next day, police returned after a call that Brown was throwing furniture from the balcony of his 14th floor residence; officials said Brown was "very excited." (The family of a toddler who was nearly struck by the falling furniture filed a lawsuit against Brown and the two sides settled in April.)
Then on April 25, Brown called the police again, this time saying Rolls-Royce had been stolen from him. . When police arrived at his address, Brown opened the door and said, "I found the car," and closed the door.
The following month, May 2018, Brown was again in Pittsburgh and called the police, requesting a safe containing $ 50,000 in cash and $ 2 million worth of jewelry stolen from his bedroom.
Brown tried to attach him to Sam Williams, a former personal assistant, whom he said was the only person who would have access to his home. Police said Williams passed a polygraph test in interviews with Williams and at least one other person was found to have had access to Brown's house.
Williams, not surprisingly, told police that Brown owed him back wages. don't look him in the eye. "
One of the more recent incidents with Brown, told in SI, comes from Stefano Tedeschi, known as" Steph Chef "around central Florida.
Tedeschi says he was hired earlier this year to work at the Orlando mansion, Brown County, hired during Pro Bowl week. Like Priscka, Tedeschi had heard about Brown's negative reputation, but after Tedeschi's friend, former Steelers leader Larry Fote, called Brown and told him they were good at chef, he got down to business.
Brown asked Tedeski if he would like to party with 40-50 other Pro Bowlers; Tedeschi told him he would charge Brown for a meal.
"He came and asked me, and he was very sweet about it," Tedeschi said, recalling that Brown told him, "I'm not worried about the money. This is not a problem, you know that.
The cook and his staff made antipasti, shrimp cocktails and beef fillets. Brown was excited and promised to talk to Tedeschi on his social media channels.
Tedeschi said all week long as other service people were coming in and out of the rented home, he heard Brown say more than once, "Get these mothers [expletive] crackers from here," and that his wife heard him call women at various gatherings "[expletive] b —-. "
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The cook says Brown's children were present.
The next day, one of Brown's assistants told him, "When you talk to Mr. Brown, don't look him in the eye." he shouts, "When you talk to Mr. Brown, don't look him in the eye!"
Later that day, Brown found a salmon head in the freezer; Tedeschi said it was intended for soup, but Brown accepted it as some kind of threat to his Mafia-style life.
He declined to pay $ 38,521 owed to Tedeschi, who initially did not want to file a civil case, saying he tried to smooth things out with Brown, realizing that a celebrity lawsuit could hurt his business. But he filed a lawsuit last month.
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