New England Patriots wide receiver Antonio Brown won’t be prosecuted according to Pittsburgh-area law enforcement.
Britney Taylor is attracting a civil suit 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 declaration.
“Procedurallyit appears there’s a statute of limitations problem in moving forward with any inquiry involving the Allegheny County allegation said in the lawsuit.”
Taylor has been interviewed by the NFL and continues to research, but it isn’t known whether Brown will be interviewed by the league.
Taylor asserts Brown sexually assaulted her on three separate occasions, including once in Pittsburgh, in which the wide receiver played for nine seasons the Steelers, and in Florida.
ESPN has reported that Brown, who hired Taylor as a coach once they attended Central Michigan at precisely exactly the time, turned down a $2m settlement until the lawsuit was filed.
Confidential discussions between the two parties had been held, and it was ascertained that the Patriots wouldn’t have known about the allegations unless conditions of the confidentiality was breached.
Darren Heitner, Brown’s lawyer, said in a statement that his client was in a”consensual personal relationship” with Taylor.