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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Ben Rules View Post
    Either way he's going to pay. he cheated on his baby mommaS.
    fixed it for you

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Ben Rules View Post
    Either way he's going to pay. he cheated on his baby momma.
    I’m pretty sure she knows he cheats on her lol. She’s staying around for the money.


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    It's shit like this that's so frustrating. So she was so traumatized by the rape that night, she went back to his place the next morning and even said they had to talk about what happened last night? I'm no expert on sexual assault or rape, but I would think that if somebody that was the victim of something like that, they'd be scared to death to talk with that person again or deal with them in any way, shape or form.

    The next day, Ms. Taylor had to return to Brown’s home to retrieve personal belongings before flying back to Memphis. She courageously approached Brown, telling him that they “needed to talk about last night.” He replied, “You made me feel like a real rapist.”
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    Oh I'm with you there 100%.
    Same.

    If I’m reading his gibberish emails correctly he appears to admit to one of the assaults.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nooneuno View Post
    The guys nuts not a good look for the Pats
    Uhh Kraft was getting his happy ending in a rub parlor. What was done?

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    This will be brushed under the rug like Chung’s cocaine.. it’s the patriot way.


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    I am so GLAD he is NO longer a STEELERS player.




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    that report seems pretty damning.
    I googled Britney Taylor gymnastics Memphis TN and a legit-looking website was available. However, the address of her training facility was in the middle of a street in a distribution facility/environment.

    her attorneys are pretty high-priced. whe's paying them, if she can't afford her rent/lease for her gym? she has three attorneys. I doubt they're working pro-bono.

    I'd have to wonder what personal belongings would be so important for her to return to where she was raped to retrieve them. Some of it sounds like a mess, though AClown did "bus" on her back. Admittedly.

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    that report seems pretty damning.
    I googled Britney Taylor gymnastics Memphis TN and a legit-looking website was available. However, the address of her training facility was in the middle of a street in a distribution facility/environment.

    her attorneys are pretty high-priced. whe's paying them, if she can't afford her rent/lease for her gym? she has three attorneys. I doubt they're working pro-bono.

    I'd have to wonder what personal belongings would be so important for her to return to where she was raped to retrieve them. Some of it sounds like a mess, though AClown did "bus" on her back. Admittedly.
    Doesn’t like a raping took place. Sexual assault definitely.. so he will be fined 25k.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Superman View Post
    I'd have to wonder what personal belongings would be so important for her to return to where she was raped to retrieve them. Some of it sounds like a mess, though AClown did "bus" on her back. Admittedly.
    Exactly. Have someone retrieve them for you while you're filing the police report. I mean that seems like the logical thing to do, but who knows what happens in these instances and with people and their thinking? And like you said, AB basically admitted to jerking off on her back. Not a good look Big Chest.
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    the female lawyer for Britney Taylor is at a small firm (2-3 people)

    the uh ... Jonathan Abady guy ... uh...

    Jonathan S. Abady, a founding partner of the firm, has a diverse trial and litigation practice, with extensive experience in both federal and state courts.

    In the area of civil rights, Mr. Abady was on the team of lawyers who helped free Meek Mill, the Roc Nation recording artist wrongfully imprisoned in Philadelphia; he represented the family and Estate in the tragic Cleveland police shooting case involving 12-year-old Tamir Rice; he is one of the lead lawyers in two major class actions resulting in historic reform in the New York City jail system at Rikers Island; and he litigated significant voting rights cases in both the Bush-Gore and Obama-McCain Presidential elections.

    In the Untied States Supreme Court, Mr. Abady successfully litigated and argued Gasperini v. The Center for Humanities, a seminal case in Seventh Amendment jurisprudence now featured in law school case books and taught throughout the country.

    In 2019, Cite & State named Mr. Abady as one of the 50 most influential lawyers in New York. Since 2008, he has been named as a Super Lawyer and in The Best Lawyers in America as one of New York’s top attorneys in the area of civil rights law. See www.bestlawyers.com. He has appeared on 60 Minutes, CNN, MSNBC, National Public Radio (NPR) and a number of other national and international media outlets.

    Mr. Abady also has extensive experience litigating commercial and corporate disputes in New York and throughout the country.

    Some of the individuals and clients he has represented over the years include Harry Belafonte, Carl Bernstein, internationally acclaimed artist Donald Sultan, former world heavyweight boxing champion Tim Witherspoon, Pulitzer Prize nominated photojournalist Arthur Grace, author and activist Philip Agee, recording star Ronnie Spector, former Chief Investment Officer at Citigroup Marc P. Weill, Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, Penguin Putnam, Urban Box Office Network, and numerous high-level executives in contract negotiations and employment disputes.

    Mr. Abady began his legal career as a trial lawyer, and was then a supervising attorney with the Neighborhood Defender Service of Harlem, a national demonstration project in New York City that provides criminal defense services to indigent residents of the Harlem community. Prior to entering law school, Mr. Abady lived in Latin America and worked in international human rights. In 1987, he presented testimony to the Human Rights Commission of the United Nations in Geneva, Switzerland concerning the war in Nicaragua.

    REPRESENTATIVE CASES:
    • Nunez v. City of New York, No. 11 Civ. 5845 (S.D.N.Y.) (Co-lead counsel in historic class action litigation with the U.S. Department of Justice and the Legal Aid Society which secured historic injunctive reform on Rikers Island and $3.5 million in damages for individual plaintiffs).
    • In Re Anonymous (E.D.N.Y.) ($8.8 million settlement in federal civil rights action for abuse of child in foster care).
    • Winston, et al. v. City of Cleveland et al., No. 14 Civ. 2670 (N.D. Ohio) (Co-lead counsel representing the estate and family of Tamir Rice, the 12 year-old boy fatally shot by the Cleveland police which settled for $6 million).
    • Griffin v. City of New York, No. 14 Civ. 7329 (S.D.N.Y.) (Co-lead counsel in Rikers Island prisoner abuse case resulting in $5.75 million settlement, the largest payment for a death in custody in the history of New York City).
    • Hagerman v. Socialist People’s Libyan Arab Jamahiriya, No. 03 Civ. 1579 (D.D.C.)(Recovered, with other members of the Firm, more than $40 million as part of historic $2.7 billion settlement with the government of Libya for the downing of Pan Am Flight 103; litigation which created an exception to the Foreign Sovereign Immunity Act).
    • Gasperini v. the Center for Humanities (Landmark ruling in the United States Supreme Court involving the re-examination clause of the Seventh Amendment).
    • In Re Harry Belafonte and the Estate of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. (Successfully represented Harry Belafonte in action to recover historic memorabilia gifted by Martin Luther King, Jr.).
    • Kesmai v. AOL, 97 Civ. 1544 (E.D.Va.) (Obtained settlement in large-scale antitrust litigation representing a subsidiary of News Corporation against America Online (AOL)).
    • Daniels v. City of New York, No. 13 Civ. 6286 (S.D.N.Y.) ($2.75 million settlement on behalf of Ronald Spear who died as a result of “blunt force trauma” to the head while incarcerated at Rikers Island).
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    • Jacobs v. Seminole County Canvassing Board (Challenge to unlawfully altered absentee ballots in Florida during the Bush-Gore 2000 Presidential election recount).
    • Doe v. Unocal, Nos. 00-56628, 00-57195 (2d. Cir.)(One of originating lawyers in litigation against French and American oil companies involved in slave labor practices along the Bhurma-Thailand border).
    • Rice v. City of New York (Recovered $1.3 million in civil rights suit against the City of New York for excessive force).
    • Morales v. New York City (Jury verdict of $3.1 million in civil rights excessive force case).
    • Black v. Getchell and K.P. Rent-a-Car (Jury verdict of $1.3 million in wrongful death action).

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    if only there were a somewhat lucid, semi-competent attorney on this board to give us his/her/its perspective on this.

    if only

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    The media whore Cheater bABy gets to learn what happens when others control the news flow.

    Krapft has probably already sent more rubntug hush money.

    The NFL wont notice, just like when Edelweasel got accused.

    Move along, nothing to see here

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    I'm guessing his uniform number isn't that big of a deal anymore, lol

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    Sounds like she was talking to her church and one of thebpople was a lawyer and he recommended she seek counsel.

    If she did indeed get tests at walgreens that can be verified. If she did lose 30lbs in a month due to stress thatbtoo can be verified.

    He said she said.

    But you can’t even understand WTF he says because it’s all gibberish

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skott View Post
    https://haaslawpllc.com/wp-content/u..._Complaint.pdf

    Read the police report for yourself

    Even his chef and other trainers quit because he’s such a nut job. And apparently a minute man too
    That's not a police report, it's a civil complaint. It's her version without any investigation by police or anything. But yeah, doesn't sound great.
    Last edited by oneforthebus; 09-10-2019 at 10:44 PM.

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    Maybe his grandma can get him out of this too.

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    Another thing..., even if they were having a sexual relationship... that doesn’t mean he can advance himself on her if she says mo

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    Damn Supe, this girl isn't fucking around that's for sure.
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