The personal trainer accusing Antonio Brown of rape said that she’s passed a lie-detector test backing up her claims and is reportedly ready to present her allegations to the NFL.
“The polygraph examination confirmed her completely truthful account that, in June 2017, Brown ejaculated on her without her consent and that, in May 2018, that Brown raped her,” according to the federal filing submitted Tuesday in Florida court by Britney Taylor.
Taylor, 28, met Brown at a Fellowship of Christian Athletes meeting at Central Michigan University in 2010, then reconnected in 2017 when Brown reached out for “help improving flexibility,” according to the suit.
Within a month of their reunion, Brown, 31, allegedly accosted Taylor, bursting in on her while she was changing and kissing her against her will, the suit claims.
Thinking she’d clarified the terms of their relationship, Taylor stuck by Brown, and they fell into old habits.
“As they had during their college Christian fellowship days, they often read scriptures, prayed or watched services together during training visits,” according to the suit.
While they watched one religious video, Brown furtively masturbated behind Taylor and ejaculated onto her back, the suit alleges.
They reconciled again in May 2018, but shortly thereafter Brown allegedly “pinned her down” and raped her, according to the suit.
“Taylor . . . is willing and planning to meet with the NFL next week, which is as soon as she can,” tweeted ESPN football reporter Adam Schefter on Wednesday, noting that first Taylor is getting married.