A week after filing a civil lawsuit against Antonio Brown for sexual assault and rape, Britney Taylor met with the NFL on Monday.
According to CNN, the meeting lasted about 10 hours, finishing at 10 p.m.. No other details were provided, including where exactly they met or what was said.
Taylor first met Brown at Central Michigan and then years later trained him. The lawsuit says Brown sexually assaulted her twice in June 2017 before raping her in May 2018.
Brown has denied everything in the civil suit through his representation claiming it all was consensual.
In addition to Taylor's claim, a second sexual assault case was alleged via a Sports Illustrated story on Monday, although no official charges have been filed. In addition to the alleged sexual assault, a long history of off-field issues were presented.
All these claims were also denied by his representation.
Brown officially signed with the Patriots last week and debuted on the field Sunday against Miami.