911 Call Reveals That Antonio Brown's DV Accuser Claimed He Sent "Explicit Videos" To Son's Phone Du
TMZ has reported that the woman who accused Antonio Brown of domestic violence last year has claimed that he sent "explicit videos" to their son's phone.
According to the 911 call, the woman told Tampa police that she got into an argument with her child's father in their home.
It all started when Brown "started throwing a fit," so she grabbed the kids to defuse the situation, but Brown threw her clothes out.
She later told police that Brown was also "sending pornographic movies to my son's phone."
During the call, the woman appeared to yell at Brown, telling him, "This is not legal!" before adding, "You might want to go inside! You better hideout!"
A neighbor also placed a second 911 call to the police accusing Brown of removing the woman and her things from their home.
When police finally arrived, they heard that Brown had thrown a shoe at the woman during the argument, which prompted them to issue a warrant for his arrest.
However, Brown was never taken to jail because the alleged victim "recanted her previous allegations regarding Mr. Brown's intent to strike her or cause her bodily harm."
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