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NFL player, Antonio Brown posts picture of himself in bed with a model and threatens to ‘expose’ her unless she returns $5,000 she ‘owes’ him

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National Football League (NFL) free agent, Antonio Brown has posted a picture of himself in bed with a model and threatened to ‘expose’ her unless she returns $5,000 she ‘owes’ him.

Brown who has courted controversy the last three years with sexual assualt allegations , battery allegations and even physical malhandling of a 22 month old baby, posted a picture of himself in bed with a woman .

The woman is seen holding the comforter over the lower half of her face. The only identification provided is her handle, @CydneyChristine, which belongs to model and music producer Cydney Christine.

Brown then shared a text message exchange between himself and Christine, who was romantically linked with NFL receiver DeSean Jackson last year.

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Please don’t do that to me,’ the other person, purportedly Christine, told Brown.

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‘I’m really sorry. I just didn’t like the way you were talking to me. This isn’t gonna help anything. What can I do to fix it?’

At one point, Brown told her: ‘Send my money b****. 5K or u be exposed’

The other party appeared to agree to the request: ‘I will. What’s your PayPal?’ she said

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Brown gave her an ultimatum in response.

‘Send my money b****,’ he wrote. ‘5k or u be exposed.’

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‘I will,’ she wrote. ‘What’s your PayPal?’

‘Hoe u know stop playing wit me b**** ima show u This time,’ read Brown’s profane response.

In a separate Instagram post, Christine wrote that she ‘can’t control the past’ and needs to ‘do better next time.’

Brown’s NFL career is on a backward slope after his infamous departure from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in January.

He and his attorney were planning legal action against the Buccaneers for releasing him from his contract and suggesting he was battling mental health issues after he said he was too injured to re-enter a game on January 2.

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