According to reports, Antonio Brown, a former Buccaneers player who posted pornographic images of his child’s mother, Chelsie Kyriss, on Snapchat and whose account has since been suspended, is the subject of an investigation. When he posted a picture of Kyriss engaging in oral sex on a bed, the contentious former NFL player went too far. Before TMZ could disclose that Snapchat had suspended his account, the post was taken down.
Kyriss told TMZ, “I reported his page and all the photographs.” “Unfortunately, he was able to retweet on Snapchat. One of your children who looked up to him as a role model and followed him makes me feel awful. As you are aware, I too work with kids, so I do not support their actions.
The mother of Brown’s four children is Kyriss. Pornography is expressly prohibited on Snapchat, a photo-sharing software that allows photos to vanish after a certain amount of time.
After his most recent contentious incident with Brown, he posted his ideas on Twitter, referring to himself as “something between a sociopath and an icon,” rather than apologizing or making an effort to completely abandon social media.
After making fun of his former teammate Tom Brady in November of last year, Brown and his Snapchat account gained notoriety. The former NFL wide receiver posted an image of Brady’s ex-wife Gisele Bundchen posing nudely on another lady without any justification.
His curiosity in Brady and Bundchen’s 13-year marriage has led him to make additional amateurish Photoshop attempts, such pasting his face to a picture of Brady receiving a hug from Bundchen from behind. Brady and Brown were teammates while playing for the Buccaneers, and Brady never seemed to have any conflicts with his former teammates, which sparked jabs on social media.
In an interview with Patrick Bett David from back in October, Brown was questioned about his continuous attempts to torture Brady with fictitious images of him. Before Bate David intervened and said, “I’m not going there,” 34-year-old Brown stated, “I don’t crush his girls and I don’t know his girls.” People go through divorce every day, Brown continued. And me? What if I go on television and someone claims I’m crazy? Just a Super Bowl picture, really. I have nothing to do with that sibling, and his divorce is a matter of his own life. A large portion of what I said tonight you’ll never understand.
How can I make you understand if I tell you what I’m thinking, and you can figure it out? Just so you can list what is appropriate and what isn’t?” Brown is still upset with Brady on social media, and in May 2021 he posted a text message that appeared to be from a former Pirates teammate.
On his infamous Snapchat account in November, Brown rekindled his ostensibly one-sided spat with Brady. Brown wrote on Snapchat, “You made a terribly horrible decision and miscommunicated with so many people that did everything they could to support you.