Antonio Brown accuser meets with NFL officials for several hours

Days before Britney Taylor filed a civil lawsuit against the Patriots player alleging rape and sexual assault, he refused to make a $2 million payment, a source told ABC News.
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investigation of hush money paid to stormy Daniels. We turn next tonight to Antonio brown. Today, his accuser answering questions from the NFL, and here's ABC's Kaylee Hartung. Brady from the gun. Fires, he's got brown. Reporter: Tonight, the woman accusing NFL superstar Antonio brown of rape and sexual assault meeting with league officials for several hours. NFL investigators questioning brown's former fitness trainer, Britney Taylor, who filed a civil lawsuit last week. The league allowing the all-pro wide receiver to play on Sunday, despite the troubling allegations. ESPN reporting brown wasn't put on the commissioner's exempt list, because there's no criminal investigation. End zone -- caught by brown! Reporter: Brown celebrating his first touchdown as a new England patriot Sunday, then avoiding all questions. Patriots head coach bill Belichick still saying little. Not going to say anything more. Reporter: Brown denies the allegations, posting this video on social media. The devil gonna try to bring you down when you get closer to your als. Reporter: David, they've been in settlement discussions for months. Just days before that lawsuit was filed, a source says brown refused to make a $2 million payment. That same source telling us Taylor initially requested more than $10 million. David? And a medical headline

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