More legal drama for Antonio Brown … the Buccaneers star has actually been ordered to pay his rape accuser $100,000 after he apparently breached a privacy contract.
But, AB has actually currently reacted to the choice in brand-new legal docs … calling it all BS and requesting the ruling to be tossed out.
Here’s the offer … Brown was taken legal action against by Britney Taylor back in 2019 after she declared he sexually attacked her on several celebrations, consisting of a violent rape in 2018.
Shortly after submitting the suit, Brown and Taylor participated in a privacy contract — hoping it would assist both sides in the procedure of settlement talks.
But, in brand-new legal docs acquired by TMZ Sports, Taylor declares Brown breached the contract several times over the previous year and half — and she asked an independent arbitrator to award her some major money over everything.
In the docs, an arbitrator discovered Brown DID breach the contract one time … stating when the 32-year-old published a screenshot of a direct message from an individual speaking with him about the case in 2019, it breached the contract.
The arbitrator ordered Brown to pay Taylor $100K for the offense.
But, in the docs, Brown states he ought to NOT need to pay it … declaring the arbitrator disregarded the law in releasing the award. The docs reveal he’s now requesting the ruling to be left.
As for the larger photo of the rape case … court records reveal the disagreement in between the 2 celebrations is still quite continuous.