Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Antonio Brown gave the team a fake vaccination card this summer to prove he was vaccinated against COVID-19, his former personal chef told Tampa Bay Times, although Brown’s attorney, Sean Burstyn They say Former All-Pro Has Been Vaccinated And Buccaneers said They found “no irregularities” in any of the vaccine cards.
Brown’s girlfriend Sidney Morrow asked the couple’s former live-in chef, Steven Ruiz, to obtain a “JNJ… Covid card” in exchange for a $500 payment from Brown, according to text messages seen. Times,
Ruiz, who claims he is owed $10,000 by an NFL player, told Times That although he was unable to find forged proof of vaccination, Brown later showed Chef two fake cards for him and his girlfriend.
Ruiz alleges that this was the card he provided the team to qualify for the NFL. slacken COVID protocol for vaccination.
The Buccaneers said in one Statement Thursday, “All vaccination cards were reviewed by Buccaneers personnel and no irregularities were noticed.”
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