Model says Antonio Brown snuck her into room for ‘steamy sex romp’, told her watch ‘what I do tomorrow’

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Did troubled Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Antonio Brown have his bizarre mid-game exit on Sunday planned ahead of time?

The star athlete reportedly told an OnlyFans model he smuggled into his room the night before the game that he couldn’t wait for her “to see what I do tomorrow,” according to the Daily Mail.

Brown snuck social media influencer Ava Louise past hotel security in defiance of the NFL’s Covid rules “for a steamy sex romp,” the British tabloid reported — Louise is perhaps best known for licking a toilet seat in a bid to catch Covid-19 in 2020.

Louise, 23, told the Daily Mail she spent an hour with Brown and that she filmed a series of pornographic videos during their romp, insisting it was Brown’s idea. She also said he wanted her to spend the night but she initially declined after discovering she would have to be smuggled out of his room ahead of his 7 a.m. meeting with Bucs star QB Tom Brady.


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Louise told the Daily Mail that she had been communicating with Brown “since he DM’d me on Instagram in 2018 and we have been on and off messaging here and there.” The model also said they had “never been able to hang out or anything because we’ve never been in the same area ever.”

She said Brown appeared disturbed before they had sex, ranting about Covid-19 and NFL rules.

“He was mumbling [in the messages] and not making sense. Honestly, I thought he was drunk,” Louise said. “He kept saying I have money for you, I have a bonus for you and I was like, what are you saying? I just thought that was weird. I thought, ok, I’ll just go see what this is about because it’s Antonio Brown, it’s the day before the Jets game, I’ll go.”

Once inside his room, she said Brown began ranting about “bulls**t Covid rules” and repeatedly told her, “F*** the NFL.”

Claiming he told her that he’s “insane,” Louise said he said, “You don’t even know my crazy right now. You don’t know my crazy right now.”

She then referenced him asking her to stay over.

“I said no because I was in bed with him and he was in and out of sleep. He was talking in his sleep,” Louise said. “So, I was like this is a really weird situation. He kept mumbling and then waking up and saying, “I’m going to give you tickets, I can’t wait for you to see what I do tomorrow. I can’t wait for you to see me tomorrow.”

“When he stormed off the field, I texted him and I said to him, why did you do that?” she said, adding that he replied, “YC baby?”

Brown was suspended for three games earlier this season for reportedly misrepresenting his COVID-19 vaccination status, and he was released by the New England Patriots in 2019 after being accused of sexually assaulting a personal trainer while the Las Vegas Raiders — Brady was on the team then.

After storming off the field last Sunday, head coach Bruce Arians told reporters that Brown is “no longer a Buc,” but the team did not release the player.

Tampa Bay is reportedly speaking with the NFL about how to move forward, and some sort of discipline is expected but he remained on the team’s roster — there was speculation that the team did not want to release him ahead of the playoffs because some other team could then claim him.

After his stunt, Brown doubled down on the bizarre, claiming in a lengthy statement the team wanted him to play injured and that Arians cut him on the sideline.

“Because of my commitment to the game, I relented to pressure directly from my coach [Bruce Arians] to play injured,” Brown said in a statement released by his attorney Sean Burstyn. “Despite the pain, I suited up, the staff injected me with what I know was a powerful and sometimes dangerous painkiller that the NFLPA has warned against using, and I gave it all for my team.”

“I took a seat on the sideline and my coach came up to me, very upset, and shouted, `What’s wrong with you? What’s wrong with you?’ I told him, ‘It’s my ankle,’” he said. “But he knew that. It was well documented and we had discussed it. He then ordered me to get on the field. I said, ‘Coach, I can’t.’ He didn’t call for medical attention. Instead, he shouted at me, ‘YOU’RE DONE!’ while he ran his finger across his throat. Coach was telling me that if I didn’t play hurt, then I was done with the Bucs.”

Arians denied the throat gesture and said that “no point in time during that game did he ever ask the trainer or doctor about his ankle.”

Instead, the head coach said it was all about Brown not being happy with how many times the ball was coming his way.

“He was very upset at halftime about who was getting targeted. Got that calmed down – players took care of that. It started again on the sideline,” he explained. “We had called for the personal group that he had played [with] the entire game, he refused to go in the game. That’s when I look back and saw him basically wave off the coach. I then went back and approached him about what was going on. [He said] ‘I ain’t playing.’ [I said] ‘what’s going on [and he said] ‘I ain’t getting the ball.’ That’s when I said you’re done, get the ‘F’ out of here and that’s the end of it.”

Tom Tillison


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