If she's lying about the underlying acts, then he has the right to be incredibly upset and even unhinged. Anyone who has been falsely accused knows what it's like. You can't prove a negative and people tend to believe anything they hear. I was falsely identifed as an armed robber when I was 19, and had to deal with undoing that insanity for a year of my life, so perhaps I am more sensitive to potentially false accusations than most are. If she is lying, she put his career in jeopardy, and maybe even his freedom.For one second make believe he’s not a Patriot and tell me you’d feel this way. He’s threatening people’s kids. Even if the story is fabricated that is way, way over the line. I honestly do not know why anyone would want this dude suiting up for the Pats on Sunday.
Now she very well may be telling the truth.
And the kids thing is indeed some incredibly stupid shit.
But I remain of the view that they should not suspend/exempt/cut him for these menacing texts any more than they should for untested allegations.
Now if the NFL investigates and determines that Brown in fact raped or assaulted the accuser or accusers, then that's obviously different. Then he should go.
Yeah, I do want him out there Sunday because he has not been determined to have done these things (not the texts, rather the assault/rape) and he's very good at football.