The woman suing Antonio Brown is demanding the ex-NFL star turn over private text messages in court.
According to court documents obtained by The Blast, Britney Taylor, went back to court in her lawsuit against Brown. She served Brown with a list of documents and evidence she wants him to turn over immediately.
She wants him to hand over private text messages (including iMessage, WhatsApp Messages, Facebook Messages, Instagram Direct Messages or any communication) that discuss the alleged sexual assaults. Taylor also wants copies of any messages where she was mentioned.
Taylor also requests copies of his home video surveillance footage, including all interactions with Brown and a woman under the age of 35. She wants a list of any past alleged sexual assault accusers.
Brown has yet to respond.
Earlier this year, Brown was sued by his former personal trainer, Britney Taylor.
Taylor accused the ex-NFL star of sexually assaulting her on three separate occasions.The first alleged incident came in 2017, with Taylor says AB "exposed himself and kissed her without consent."
A month later, while at Taylor's home, she claims Brown masturbated near her without her knowledge and ejaculated on her back, then later bragged about it in a series of text messages.
The third incident happened in 2018, where she says after a night out in Miami she went back to AB's home to use the bathroom and eat, and the football star "forced her down onto a bed, pushed her face into the mattress, and forcibly raped her."
In her suit, Taylor said she attended the same college as Brown and were friends. They reconnected years later when he hired her as a fitness trainer.
She sued seeking unspecified damages. Brown has yet to respond to the allegations in court.
Taylor released a statement following her lawsuit, "As a rape victim of Antonio Brown, deciding to speak out has been an incredibly difficult decision, I have found strength in my faith, my family, and from the accounts of other survivors of sexual assault."
The case is ongoing. Brown is also dealing with a separate legal battle over a luxury Miami condo.