Former Chef of Antonio Brown claims he received a forged vaccination card from a Buccaneers teammate.
A disturbing report surfaced on Thursday afternoon, claiming that Buccaneers wide receiver Antonio Brown attempted to obtain a fake COVID-19 vaccination card in order to avoid NFL protocols.
Steven Ruiz, Brown’s former live-in chef, claims Brown’s girlfriend requested fake vaccination cards.
Brown allegedly offered (dollar)500 in exchange for a Johnson and Johnson vaccination card, according to her.
Ruiz spoke to ESPN about the incident a day after the Tampa Bay Times reported on it.
According to him, one of Brown’s Buccaneers teammates gave him a fake vaccination card.
“He got them from another player who was selling them,” Ruiz told ESPN.
He had to get a new copy of Cyd’s vaccine card because the first one had her birthday wrong.”
Ruiz refused to name the player who is accused of giving Brown a forged vaccination card.
He did, however, hint that the full story would be released at a later date.
“I’m going to sit on it for a while,” Ruiz said.
“Eventually, the truth will be revealed.”
This will all come to light if this becomes a bigger and deeper investigation into the NFL — just to put it in legal terms.”
Buccaneers coach Bruce Arians was asked about Brown’s current situation on Friday afternoon.
He claims he has no reason to believe Brown got a counterfeit COVID-19 vaccination card.
Arians told reporters, “None at all.”
“We did our homework.”
The league will take care of it.
The statement speaks for itself.
I don’t believe there is a story here, and it has nothing to do with the Giants’ game.”
It’ll be fascinating to see how this situation unfolds.
Former Chef of Antonio Brown claims a Buccaneers teammate gave him a fake vaccination card.
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