Brown's statement, which is part of a series of tweets on Sunday morning, comes just days after it was released by the New England Patriots, the third NFL team to give up this unstable player of the past year.
Her effective retirement comes after a woman who had been trained by Brown charged with raping as part of a federal lawsuit filed in Florida. His lawyer, Darren Heitner, posted a long statement on his website, claiming: "Mr. Brown denies every allegation in the lawsuit."
In other tweets on Sunday, Brown attacked several other NFL personalities accused of sexual misconduct.
In particular, he noted
the arrest of solicitor Patriot Robert Kraft, who pleaded not guilty to the charges. Brown also cited the NFL four-game suspension
Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger – his former teammate – after the charge of sexual assault against Roethlisberger in 2010. No charges have been filed in this case.
"4 games for the crazy world of Big Ben, I'm done with it" Brown wrote
He then removed those tweets on Kraft and Roethlisberger.
The Patriots and Raiders sought to cancel the millions owed to Brown, staging a grievance battle to find out if he would receive this money.
"(L) These owners can cancel offers (and) do what they want at any time," Brown tweeted. "We will see if the (NFL Players' Association) will hold them accountable, but they will simply be able to cancel the warranties at any time … 40m 2 months they will see they pay!"
A long-time star with the Pittsburgh Steelers, the All-Pro receiver was traded to Oakland in March and signed a contract worth up to $ 30 million in guaranteed cash. But he quickly exhausted his reception with his erratic behavior and Oakland then released him. The Patriots offered him a one-year contract with a signing bonus of $ 9 million two weeks ago.
Shortly after moving to New England, Sports Illustrated reported several lawsuits and allegations of malpractice against Brown. The magazine reported that an artist hired to paint a mural in Brown's house in Pittsburgh in 2017 stated that he had appeared naked behind her during his second day of work, holding a small towel on his genitals.
Heitner, Brown's lawyer, denied the allegations of the artist.
Lisa Banks and Debra Katz, attorneys for the unnamed artist, alleged that Brown had texted the woman after Sports Illustrated had reported her allegations of sexual misconduct and her alleged response.
Brown included the woman in a series of group text messages, claiming that she was seeking money for her story, they said. In these messages, he asked other people to look into the woman's background and included a picture of her children, Banks wrote in a letter to NFL officials.