The office of the Pittsburgh DA claims they were not investigating any claims made by Taylor in the lawsuit, and were instead looking into a potential child endangerment case against Brown, but have decided not to pursue any charges.
New statement from DA’s office: the bottom line is that the DA’s office is not going to be reviewing any aspect of the allegations in the lawsuit against Antonio Brown in anyway. #WTAE https://t.co/kMbFyOGI6e pic.twitter.com/FDOIrq8Zbz— Bob Mayo (@BMayo_WTAE) September 11, 2019
Though the sexual assault allegations against Patriots WR Antonio Brown were filed in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida, the District Attorney of Allegheny, PA, Stephen Zappala says that his office will look into one of Britney Taylor's accusations against the former Steeler.
The alleged incidents date back to 2010 at Central Michigan University, where Brown and Taylor attended college, met in Bible Study and had a trainer-client relationship. According to the suit, Taylor ended the relationship after two separate incidents of sexual assault by Brown, only to later accept his apology and allegedly be rape by AB.