Antonio Brown sues his children's mother for refusing to leave his home, serves her eviction papers
Chelsie Kyriss had recently claimed that the footballer often abandons her and their children for months at a time
Former National Football League (NFL) wide receiver Antonio Brown has reportedly filed a lawsuit against his girlfriend, claiming that he served her with eviction papers but she is refusing to vacate his home. Brown recently served his former girlfriend Chelsie Kyriss with eviction papers, according to TMZ.
The former Steeler, who has four children with Kyriss, has been involved in a public social media feud with her, where both of them have posted a string of accusations against each other.
Kyriss had recently claimed that the footballer often abandons her and their children for months at a time. Meanwhile, Brown had posted a video of their public altercation where police were called to his home in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Reports state Kyriss had called officers to be on stand by as she entered the house to get her children and clothes.
Earlier this year, Brown was accused of rape and sexual misconduct by two women, leading to his ouster from the New England Patriots. A lawsuit was filed against him by his former trainer Brittney Taylor, where she accused the player of sexually assaulting her on two occasions. Brown has not been charged with a crime.
Taylor made the accusation earlier this year when Brown was a member of the New England Patriots. The team, shortly after the allegations, cut Brown out after one game. He has not received an offer from another team since. In November, Brown filed a lawsuit against a woman, countersuing her after she accused him of rape.
Reports state that Brown, who is currently a free agent, was not suspended or placed on the commissioner's exempt list, and the NFL is currently probing the allegations.
The wide receiver also slammed his father, Eddie Brown, in a rant on Christmas Eve, accusing him of being a "failure" after the elder Brown, while talking to ESPN, said that his son did not know how to handle "overwhelming" pressures of being a league star.