SI conducted interviews with more than two dozen people who have employed, worked for, coached, or played alongside Antonio Brown—some who have taken legal action against him, and others who have not—and reviewed police and court documents from jurisdictions ranging from Miami to Pittsburgh to Oakland. In a half-dozen lawsuits, he is accused of refusal to pay wages to former assistants and part-time employees. Court documents and interviews also suggest a pattern of disturbing, sometimes bizarre behavior—including, SI has learned, a second woman’s allegations of sexual misconduct by Brown. (Neither Brown’s agent, Drew Rosenhaus, nor his lawyer, Darren Heitner, responded to SI’s emailed list of questions, seeking Brown’s responses to each of the accusations within this story.)
Perhaps the biggest take from this is a second allegation of sexual misconduct by Brown. Overall, the story said it paints a portrait of Brown living a rockstar lifestyle as a man who rose from poverty in Miami to stardom and wealth on a national stage, and says Brown is someone who doesn't seem to think much of those he considered beneath his station. From a fantasy angle, Brown owners certainly have a lot of uncertainty with his status going forward.