Antonio Brown Reacts to Sexual Misconduct Allegation by Second Woman

A little over a week after his personal trainer Britney Taylor accused him of rape, the New England Patriots wide receiver is hit with new allegations from an artist who worked at his home.

AceShowbiz - American football star Antonio Brown has denied a second sexual assault allegation, after he was first accused of rape by his personal trainer.

Earlier this month, Britney Taylor filed a lawsuit alleging the sportsman sexually assaulted her on three occasions - and now an artist who worked at his home has accused him of acting inappropriately too.

His lawyer, Darren Leitner denied the new allegations in a statement posted to Twitter, which reads, "Antonio Brown has reviewed the sexual misconduct allegations made by an unnamed artist included in a recently published Sports Illustrated article and denies that he ever engaged in such activities. There will be no further comment at this time."

Antonio Brown's Lawyer Denies Sexual Misconduct Allegation by Second Woman

Antonio Brown's lawyer denies sexual misconduct allegation by second woman.

According to Sports Illustrated magazine, the unnamed new accuser claims that while painting a mural at the sportsman's house, she was in a kneeling position when the athlete walked up behind her naked with a small towel over his genitals.

They told the publication, "He walks up to me butt-a*s naked, with a hand cloth covering his (penis) and starts having a conversation with me."

The mural was apparently never finished, but she was reportedly paid $2,000 (£1,620) for the job - although she claims she is still owed for other work.

The sportsman, who has appeared on the U.S. shows "Dancing with the Stars" in 2016 and this year's "The Masked Singer", has also denied the original rape allegations, claiming any sexual interaction was consensual.

Brown controversially made his debut for reigning National Football League (NFL) champions, the New England Patriots, on Sunday, September 15, despite an ongoing investigation by league officials into the allegations.

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