The Pennsylvania doctor who endured Antonio Brown’s flatulence in a 2018 viral video, and later sued the NFL star for $11,500 in unpaid fees, was apparently amused by the incident, as seen by a text exchange Brown posted on social media Wednesday evening.
‘According to TMZ, I have a nose of Steel!’ orthopedist Dr. Victor Prisk purportedly texted Brown, as seen by the text exchange the New England Patriots wide receiver posted on Instagram. ‘Funny as s***. I was pretty stoic.’
Brown was likely responding to a recent
‘It seemed just childish to me,’ Prisk told SI of the 2018 examination at his office outside Pittsburgh. ‘I’m a doctor and this man is farting in my face.’
Whether or not Prisk was amused by Brown’s flatulence appears to be irrelevant to his outstanding lawsuit, in which he accuses the former Steelers receiver of owing him $11,500 in unpaid fees.
An associate of Brown’s recorded the examination on his cell phone, showing Brown repeatedly farting as Prisk checks his body fat ratio. That video ultimately went viral.
On Wednesday, Brown captioned the screen shot with a pair of sentence fragments: ‘What a year difference’ and ‘Do anything for clout.’
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The Pennsylvania doctor who endured Antonio Brown’s flatulence in a 2018 viral video (right), and later sued the NFL star for $11,500 in unpaid fees, was apparently amused by the incident, as seen by a text exchange Brown posted on social media Wednesday evening. An associate of Brown’s recorded the 2018 examination on his cell phone, showing Brown (right) repeatedly farting as Dr. Victor Prisk (far left, near left) checks his body fat ratio
From the exchange, Prisk didn’t appear to be bothered by Brown’s gas, although the embattled 31-year-old receiver seemed just as eager to revel in the moment. Brown captioned the screen shot with two sentence fragments: ‘What a year difference’ and ‘Do anything for clout.’
Antonio Brown is approaching his second game with the New England Patriots. He signed with the team on September 7 after his unceremonious release from Oakland, where he had been feuding with general manager Mike Mayock over a series of fines
From the text exchange, Prisk did not appear to be too bothered by Brown’s gas, although the embattled 31-year-old receiver seemed a bit more eager to revel in the moment.
‘Dam (sic) doc seeing u and we go viral dam I got to come more baby now we locked in!!!’ Brown wrote to Prisk in the 2018 exchange.
‘Sorry doc meant so much u treating me like family I really appreciate u much ! We making YMZ icing on the cake.’
‘In deed (sic),’ Prisk responded.
It’s unclear what Brown hoped to achieve by posting the exchange, as the SI article was focused on several outstanding lawsuits and other accusations against Brown, who is currently being accused of rape and sexual assault in a lawsuit filed by his former personal trainer.
That accusation prompted SI investigate his recent history of allegedly failing to pay employees and contractors.
That group includes Prisk, of Prisk Orthopaedics and Wellness in Monroeville, Pennsylvania, who filed the aforementioned lawsuit earlier this month.
Through his attorney, Brown has denied the sexual misconduct allegations, including a second accusation made by an unidentified woman in the SI article, claiming he hired her to paint a mural in his home before disrobing and approaching her with a hand towel covering his genitals.
The unidentified woman is not pressing charges or suing Brown for the alleged 2017 incident.
In a lawsuit filed last week, Brown’s former trainer Britney Trainer (right) accused the former Pittsburgh Steeler of two instances of sexual assault in 2017, one of which occurred at his Pennsylvania residence, as well as the 2018 rape that allegedly happened at his home in Miami. Taylor’s attorney met prosecutors and police, who explained that the statute of limitations had expired on the alleged 2017 sexual assault in Pennsylvania
As a result of Brown’s advances, Taylor, 28, ended her working relationship with him in 2017. However, several months later, when Brown contacted her and ‘begged for forgiveness,’ she relented, saying she was ‘swayed by his assurance that he would cease any sexual advances.’ But on May 20, 2018, Taylor says Brown assaulted her once more, this time pinning her only a bed, pushing her face into a mattress and ‘forcibly’ raping her
Brown learned Wednesday he will not be charged for allegedly sexually assaulting Taylor at his Pennsylvania home in 2017. Taylor’s attorney met prosecutors and police, who explained that the statute of limitations had expired on that specific allegation.
However, Brown could still face criminal charges in Florida, where he allegedly raped Taylor at his Miami home in 2018.
In six separate lawsuits and several other instances, Brown is being accused of failing to pay his bills for a variety of expenses, including an ill-fated piranha tank.
Jeff Leung of Aqua World Pet Super Center in Pittsburgh claimed he installed that 220-gallon piranha tank at Brown’s home in June of 2018 only to get called back to the home in December, when the rotting tank was covered in algae and emitting a pungent odor of decaying piranha.
Brown still owes Leung over $2,000, according to his attorney. Leung is reportedly considering his own lawsuit.
An unidentified female artist claims Brown sexually harassed her at his home in 2017 after he bought a painting of hers at a charity auction. In this photo from that event, Brown is seen standing alongside a painting of himself and late Steelers owner Dan Rooney. It is not known if this is the aforementioned painting that Brown allegedly bid on before paying the artist to paint a mural of himself at his mansion in suburban Pittsburgh
Brown has remained active with the Patriots, scoring a touchdown in his debut for New England last Sunday.
He signed a one-year, $15 million deal with the Patriots on September 7, hours after being released from the Oakland Raiders amid a conflict with general manager Mike Mayock.
Brown and Taylor pictured during training session. She says he exposed himself without her consent and once ejaculated on her back after masturbating behind her
The Raiders had acquired Brown in a trade with Pittsburgh over the offseason and immediately gave him a three-year, $50 million deal, making him the highest-paid receiver in football.
But after several training camp absences involving a dispute with the NFL over his preferred helmet, which had been banned by the league, Brown was fined by the team and subsequently confronted Mayock.
Although he apologized to teammates for his heated exchanged with Mayock the following day, Brown became irate again when the Raiders fined him additionally for the altercation, and he immediately demanded his release.
The NFL Network previously reported that the Patriots were unaware of the allegations, and would not have signed Brown if they knew he was being accused of rape.
In an interview with ESPN last week, Brown’s agent Drew Rosenhaus declined to say if he discussed the allegations during negotiations with the Patriots, but did say that he and Brown were aware of the possibility of the sexual assault lawsuit.
ANTONIO BROWN TIMELINE
Antonio Brown’s tenure in Oakland without him playing a single game
2010-2018 – After being picked out of Central Michigan in the 2010 NFL Draft, Antonio Brown becomes a star receiver for the Pittsburgh Steelers, earning seven Pro Bowl selections
June of 2017 – Brown allegedly exposes his penis to trainer Britney Taylor at his home in Pittsburgh and later, she claims, he masturbated near her without her knowledge or consent before ejaculating on her back
That same month, Brown meets an artist, who later claims that he hired her to paint a mural in his home, where he disrobed and approached her while she worked.
May 20, 2018 – Brown allegedly raped Taylor at his Miami home
October 2018 – Brown is accused in a pair of lawsuits of throwing furniture off the balcony of a South Florida apartment and causing ’emotional distress’ to a two-year-old boy who was nearly hit by the debris
November 2018 – Brown is cited for driving over 100 mph in his Porsche while on his way to a game
December 31, 2018 – A day after Brown missed a game against the rival Cincinnati Bengals with a supposed knee problem, it is revealed he was actually benched following a heated argument with teammates
News of the lawsuit against Brown came just two days after All-Pro wide receiver signed a contract with the New England Patriots worth $15 million
February 6, 2019 – Amid a custody battle, Brown is accused of pushing the mother of his daughter to the ground as she dropped off the child at his Miami home
March 9, 2019 – After demanding a trade, Brown is dealt to the Oakland Raiders, who give him a new three-year, $50 million deal with $30 million in guarantees
August 3, 2019 – In a bizarre incident, Brown ‘burns’ his feet in a cryotherapy session and goes on to miss 10 out of the next 11 training camp practices
August 9, 2019 – Brown files a grievance to be allowed to use his old helmet, which is no longer approved by the NFL. Raiders inform him he will be fined for any unexcused absences
Brown missed a substantial portion of training camp after ‘burning’ his feet during a cryotherapy session
September 4, 2019 – Raiders general manager Mike Mayock fines Brown a combined $54,000 for two unexcused absences. Brown posts the picture of the letter from Mayock on Instagram. Earlier in the day, Brown settled his helmet dilemma, and even declared on Instagram that the ‘helmet drama’ was over
September 5, 2019 – Brown confronts Mayock and reportedly calls him a ‘cracker’ before punting a football in anger. Afterwards reports of an imminent suspension surfaced
September 6, 2019 – Brown makes an emotional apology to teammates; coach Jon Gruden announces he will play against the Denver Broncos in the opener
September 7, 2019 – After learning that the Raiders voided $30 million in guarantees in his contract, Brown demands his release on social media. Mayock complies, and by the end of the day, Brown signs a new one-year deal with the New England Patriots for $15 million
September 10, 2019 – It is revealed that Brown is being accused of rape and sexual assault by Taylor
September 11, 2019 – Brown suits up for his first Patriots practice
September 15, 2019 – Making his Patriots debut, Brown catches his first touchdown pass from Tom Brady in a 43-0 win over his hometown Miami Dolphins
September 16, 2019 – Sports Illustrated reports an unidentified female artist’s claim that Brown paid her to paint a mural at his home, where he undressed and cornered her while she worked. The woman is not suing or pressing charges in connection with the incident and through his attorney, Brown has denied the accusation