Former Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver, Antonio Brown, is back in the news. Once again, it’s for all the wrong reasons. In a video gathered by the New York Post from Rich Calder, the former NFL wideout is seen exposing himself in a hotel pool in Dubai.
The incident dates back to May 14th and features several questionable acts. First, he lifts himself out of the water and shows his bare buttocks with a random woman to his side. Things only get worse from there, as he continues to expose himself and eventually, irritates the woman and scares her off. Brown has a history of this specific behavior, as his former female trainer, Britney Taylor, sued him for sexual assault just a few years. The New York Post article went on to say:
“The complaints included Brown allegedly snubbing United Arab Emirates dress-code customs by flaunting his bare chest to guests inside the hotel, and smoking what they believe smelled like marijuana in his room, which would violate the country’s law.”
Brown was simply asked to leave the hotel, but he’s lucky that’s all that happened. Dubai has quite strict laws when it comes to dress code, especially compared to the United States. This just continues the latest trend of Brown’s disturbing behaviors.
Of course, last season, he walked off the field in the middle of a Tampa Bay Buccaneers contest, subsequently throwing up double middle fingers on his way out. That was the least of his problems over the last few years, showing the true downfall he’s gone through. After a legendary career with the Steelers, it’s seemingly been downhill ever since.
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