Man Suing Antonio Brown For Selling Him a Fake Richard Mille Watch Speaks Out

Antonio Brown is doing Antonio Brown type things.

The plaintiff, identified as Florida resident Ryan Kane, filed a complaint in Broward County last  week, more than two months after the transaction went down. Kane alleges Antonio Brown presented the watch, an RM 011 model, as authentic, and claimed it was worth more than $400,000. Kane ultimately took Brown’s word and bought the watch for $160,000. He eventually learned the watch wasn’t real.

Several weeks after purchasing the watch, Kane allegedly took it to an appraiser for insurance purposes. It was at that time, according to Kane, he was informed that the watch was only worth about $200.

The man in question recently spoke about the incident in detail.

Listen to what he has to say about AB below:

Kane is seeking to get his $160,000 back, plus interest. Brown has yet to publicly comment on the lawsuit. The fake watch story followed AB being accused of exposing himself to guests at the Armani Hotel Dubai. The former NFL player defended himself in a series of tweets, claiming the NFL was using the allegations—and supporting surveillance video footage—to distract from the league’s concussion controversies.

“Every chance they get to sway the heat off themselves they use me. In the video you can clearly see she runs off with my swim trunks. If roles were reversed the headlines would read ‘AB having a wild night with nude female.’ Yet when it’s me it automatically becomes a hate crime.” He continued, “It’s crazy to me that even after I retire there is disinformation coming out about me. Ironically, during a time when the NFL is getting heat for allowing players to play when they’re clearly concussed. They’ve been using black men as guinea pigs.”

Remember a time when we used to talk about Antonio Brown scoring touchdowns.

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