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Antonio Brown Expected To Play Sunday for Patriots Despite Rape Allegations

TMZ.com Friday, 13 September 2019 ()
Antonio Brown should pack his bags ... the WR is expected to travel to Miami and play for the New England Patriots on Sunday, despite facing very serious rape allegations. Brown practiced with Pats on both Wednesday and Thursday (and worked out at…
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News video: Patriots Receiver Antonio Brown Accused of Rape in Federal Lawsuit

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Antonio Brown's former trainer alleges in a lawsuit that the New England Patriots receiver raped her and sexually abused her on two other occasions.

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