Antonio Browns former stepfather claims the NFL player is abusive to women!
Antonio Brown has been in the headlines for not only his NFL contact and new team but new news of an alleged sexual assault case.
Following the allegations hitting the surface, Brown’s estranged ex-stepfather Larry Moss Jr. says he was not surprised.
“I can’t tell you that he did what they said he did,” Moss told USA Today Sports on Friday. “But I know he’s very abusive to women.”
He continued in a statement saying
“As far as just raping somebody, (Brown) just feels like he can have whatever he wants,” Moss added. “He’s just empowered that way. So it doesn’t surprise me that this kind of allegation came out about him.”
Moss also shared that the mother of Brown’s older son has told him that the NFL player allegedly abused her when they were together.
“She told me that he done jumped on her before,” Moss said. “He done choked her. They done had run-ins.”
Its been years since Brown actually spoke with Moss admitting that their relationship was not the best. Moss was in Brown’s life from the ages of 5 and 17 but admits that he’s surprised it took people this ling to see his real behavior.
“A lot of things that Tony’s doing, nothing surprises me,” he said. “I’m surprised that it took them this long to figure him out. Because he’s been this way since he’s been 12 years old.”
Desmond Brown, Antonio’s younger brother has shared the relationship they saw between their mother and Moss when they were together sharing that he and his brother would have to intervene in physical fights.
“This happened numerous times. Then my mom made us leave (home) because she needed her husband’s help with the bills,” Desmond told USA Today Sports in a text message. “Now they’re divorced and we try to rekindle the relationship with our mom but it’s hard.”
Moss did deny the allegations made against him despite doing time for aggravated battery and criminal trespass in the 1990s.
He did however admitted to “whupping” Antonio’s “a** one time with a cord” when he was younger.
“I beat his a**, I did. And that was probably the only time I really chastised him. But it was just one thing after another, one thing after another,” Moss said. “He was just a problem kid, man.”
As of now, there is no word on the state of the allegations made against Antonio, but as soon as more information is released, we will keep you updated!