- Antonio Brown released text messages with Tom Brady’s trainer Alex Guerrero while accusing Guerrero of trying to scam him out of $100k
- Brown accidentally posts his own bank account info to the public in the leaked text messages with Guerrero
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Antonio Brown was busy on Thursday morning trying to expose people, but unfortunately, he may have made a costly mistake while doing so.
At 8 am, Brown released text messages with Bucs head coach Bruce Arians in which they talk about his injury before Sunday’s game against the jets.
Text exchange between Antonio Brown and Bruce Arians posted by AB on Instagram. Of course Arians knew Brown was injured. He hadn’t practiced since Wed. The dispute came on the sideline DURING the game after Brown had played the first half. BA said they never talked Post-game. pic.twitter.com/HuQ2JYwGoJ
— Rick Stroud (@NFLSTROUD) January 6, 2022
Brown would later release text messages with Tom Brady’s trainer Alex Guerrero in which he accuses Guerrero of trying to charge $100k for “doing no work” on him. Brown accidentally posted his bank account information on Twitter in his leaked text messages with Guerrero.
Antonio Brown just tweeted out BANK ACCOUNT info… pic.twitter.com/H2Ip836q3U
— JennaLaineESPN (@JennaLaineESPN) January 6, 2022
Brown eventually deleted the tweet when he noticed his mistake but got immediately mocked by fans.
Antonio Brown starts the day off by tweeting out his bank information. We’re in for a good Thursday.
— Daniel Valente (@StatsGuyDaniel) January 6, 2022
Now that AB posted his bank account info what Nigerian Prince wants to hmu?
— Anthony Bitchens (@AnthonyTa2u) January 6, 2022
Antonio Brown trying to lockdown his bank account after sharing all his info pic.twitter.com/NcSySAQPf2
— Mike Pendleton (@MP2310) January 6, 2022
Antonio Brown just tweeted out the account & routing numbers for his bank account, and I'm starting to think 2022 might actually be wilder than 2021.
— Joe Pompliano (@JoePompliano) January 6, 2022
Antonio Brown has deleted a tweet.
Perhaps putting bank account numbers out into the world was a decision made in haste.
— Michael Hurley (@michaelFhurley) January 6, 2022