Buccaneers Antonio Brown Accused of Obtaining Fake Vax Card

Buccaneers Antonio Brown Accused of Obtaining Fake Vax Card

Troubled NFL player Antonio Brown stands accused of trying to obtain a fake vaccine card, according to reports.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers receiver Antonio Brown allegedly sought to obtain the false coronavirus vaccine authentication card to get out from under the league’s virus protocols, the Tampa Bay Times reported.

The paper cites the claims from Brown’s former live-in chef. The chef, Steven Ruiz, shared a text message from July 2 in which Brown’s girlfriend — model Cydney Morgan — asked him if he could help Brown get a fake Johnson & Johnson single-shot vaccine card in exchange for $500.

Morgan did not strictly refer to Antonio Brown by name in the text but did use initials, saying, “Ab said he would give you $500.”

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