The NFL Is Investigating Allegations of Antonio Brown Seeking a Fake Vaccination Card

After a year of relative silence off the field, Antonio Brown is again in the news cycle. This happened after a report from the Tampa Bay Times on Thursday alleges the Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver sought — and may have procured — a counterfeit COVID-19 vaccination card prior to training camp.

The claim comes from Brown’s former live-in chef, Steven Ruiz, who told the Times that he’s speaking out about Brown’s alleged actions after the two had a falling out over an unpaid $10,000 in services. According to Ruiz, Brown directed his girlfriend, model Cydney Moreau, to ask the chef to seek out a fake Johnson & Johnson vaccination card for him. The report included a photo of an alleged text exchange between Ruiz and Moreau, with Moreau telling the chef that “AB” would pay him $500 for the counterfeit J&J card. Ruiz goes on to allege that he wasn’t able to secure the card for Brown, but that the wideout claimed to have purchased one for himself and Moreau a few weeks later.

Read the source article at sports.yahoo.com

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