Antonio Brown’s and Britney Taylor’s civil dispute has officially come to an end.
Per Brown’s rep, Alana Burstyn, Brown and Taylor came to an agreement on Wednesday, which signified the final chapter of the case.
The civil dispute between Antonio Brown and Britney Taylor has been settled, per his rep Alana Burstyn, founder and owner of OFM, a national talent and sports management firm.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) April 21, 2021
Taylor’s attorney, David Hass, released a statement stating that the “dispute is resolved and they wish each other great continued success”. Per ESPN’s Jenna Laine, the terms cannot be disclosed due to an agreement structured within the deal.
Our statement on Taylor v. Brown pic.twitter.com/wuUVJqXKl5
— Haas Law (@HaasLawPLLC) April 21, 2021
Taylor filed a lawsuit agains Brown in 2019, accusing him of sexually assaulting her. ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler reported in July 2020 that the two were working on a settlement, but that fell through. Taylor then proceeded to file a sworn affidavit in November 2020 stating that Brown raped her. At one point, the Allegheny County DA reached out about the possibility of prosecution, but the county has a two-year statute of limitation that had been applied.
Here is the full statement from the Allegheny County DA on Antonio Brown’s accuser following our inquiry 👇🏽 pic.twitter.com/sAEE0vSozU
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) September 18, 2019
It looks as though everything has been put in the past and the two are moving forward with their lives. Brown is currently a free agent.