Giants Kicker Josh Brown involved in domestic violence case

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Josh Brown, New York Giants kicker acknowledged to domestic violence in letters, including emails and a journal, this according to police files.

These are proofs presented in Brown’s final case file King County (Washington) Sheriff’s Office come from a May 22, 2015, apprehension. Back then the player was accused of assault in the fourth degree/domestic violence against his ex-wife, even though the charges were later dropped.

Brown wrote in one of his journals; “I have abused my wife.” This was used as evidence.

The player’s ex-wife came forward and admitted Brown had been physically violent more than 20 times in the last years.

The team avoided to make comments about the situation, right now they are focused on their trip to London where they will play against the Rams.

Brown acknowledged he “had been a liar for most of my life,” according to police files released on Wednesday. He admitted to have a porn addiction and since the age of 7 he has been abusive to women, this was after he was abused when he was just a little boy.

He also wrote in an email “I objectified women and never really worried about the pain and hurt I caused them.”

According to a “Contract for Change” Josh Brown physically, verbally and emotionally abused his wife, Molly. This contract was signed back in 2013 by Josh Brown, Molly Brown and counselor Jerry Price.

Brown wrote a letter in 2014 where he admitted to his friends that he viewed himself as God, and Molly was basically his slave.

Brown also wrote in his journal that he “physically, mentally, emotionally and verbally been a repulsive man.” He also described his “arrogant and manipulative thinking and possessiveness.”

The player was re-signed this offseason for a two-year, $4 million deal. He was later suspended without pay because he violated the league’s personal conduct policy, missing the Giants’ season opener.

According to Giants co-owner John Mara “, all I can tell you is that we’re aware of all the allegations, and I believe all the facts and circumstances, and we were comfortable with our decision to re-sign him.”


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