Antonio Brown has found his name in controversy yet again. This time around, Brown’s former personal chef Steven Ruiz has decided to sue him over a massive bill.
Ruiz revealed to TMZ that he will now be suing his former employer because he is still owed $10,000 by Brown. Ruiz said that he fulfilled his duties and regularly made meals for Brown but had to quit after not receiving his payment for the job.
Ruiz approached Brown’s attorney for the money that was owed to him but even that was futile as he has still not received his money.
The game plan now is to file a lawsuit and take it from there. People provide a service and you’ve got to pay for it. That’s it.
Ruiz is also responsible for revealing that Brown had produced fake certificates relating to COVID-19 vaccinations to bypass NFL’s new protocols. Following these revelations and an investigation by the league, the claims turned out to be true and as a result, Brown was suspended for three games.
Ruiz went on to say that had Brown paid him the money he was owed timely, he would still be playing in the NFL and that he wouldn’t have had to expose him.
If he had just probably paid me, you know what? He probably would still be getting paid in the NFL right now. He’d probably be playing the games that he could be playing and none of this would have even happened.
Brown’s legal team is yet to publicly comment on this new development from Ruiz’s side.