This disgraced former A+ list motivational speaker is trying to get redemption by filming his sessions with a NFL QB and WR.
Tom Brady is reportedly watching over Antonio Brown, having him stay at his house, and even having the receiver work with Tony Robbins
Antonio Brown is reportedly staying at Tom Brady’s house since signing with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Brady lobbied for the Bucs to sign Brown and is reportedly watching over him, ensuring he attends meetings and follows team protocols.
Brown served an eight-game suspension for violating the NFL’s code of conduct policy and is being investigated by the NFL after being accused of rape in a lawsuit. – Source
Tony Robbins sues BuzzFeed for defamation over sexual misconduct reports
Self-help guru Tony Robbins on Tuesday started defamation proceedings against BuzzFeed in Ireland, over the website’s series of articles detailing allegations of sexual misconduct against him.
The plenary summons against BuzzFeed UK — which was filed in High Court and obtained by The Post — asks for damages due to “defamation, malicious falsehood, misrepresentation, breach of privacy and intentional infliction of emotional distress.”
It comes less than a week after BuzzFeed News reported that Robbins, now 59, was accused of sexually assaulting a teenage girl at an elite California summer camp in 1985.
The article was the sixth in a series by the website on verbal abuse and sexual misconduct allegations against Robbins. He’s also been accused of groping and harassing fans and staffers and berating rape victims. He has denied the allegations.
Robbins’ attorney, Paul Tweed, said in a statement that his client had started legal proceedings “in relation to a number of unfounded allegations published by Buzzfeed, with the intention of undermining our client’s hard-earned international reputation.”
BuzzFeed News said it was “unequivocally” standing by its reporting, which was “based on hundreds of interviews, audio recordings, and documentary evidence.”
“Mr Robbins has chosen to sue us abroad rather than address the detailed account of the woman who said he attacked her; the two women who say they saw it happen; and the accounts of dozens of others,” said Matt Mittenthal, spokesperson for BuzzFeed News, in a statement.
“The fact that he doesn’t even seek to address these claims, choosing instead to abuse the Irish court system and attack BuzzFeed, speaks for itself.” – Source
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