Patriots wide receiver Antonio Brown won’t be facing criminal charges in Pittsburgh in connection with sexual assault allegations made by his former trainer Britney Taylor.
Officers with the Allegheny County Police Department have reportedly contacted Taylor and informed her that no charges will be pursued because the statute of limitations has expired.
A civil lawsuit filed last week claims Brown “exposed himself and kissed Britney Taylor without her consent” at his home in June of 2017. It also alleges two more assaults, including forcible rape, at Brown’s home in Miami, Florida in May of 2018.
The league declined to put Brown on the commissioner’s exempt list but reportedly met with Taylor this week.