The Antonio Brown drama was only getting started, apparently.
The 31-year-old wideout is the centerpiece of a federal lawsuit which alleges he sexually assaulted and raped his former trainer on three separate occasions between 2017 and 2018. Some of the evidence in said suit has emerged, as several emails which were allegedly sent from Brown to his accuser are now in the public eye thanks to social media.
The emails are harsh in nature and if proven to be sent by Brown, which at this juncture we have no proof of, could be a turning point in the case. Of course, claiming that's the case without knowing the personal relationship between the two or Brown's side of things would be presumptuous.
For now, Brown has released a statement and reportedly intends to countersue for civil extortion.
Brown and the Patriots are off to an interesting start, as just when the embattled wide receiver seemed to put his past distractions behind him, this news now hits the airwaves.