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Antonio Brown Accused Having His Girlfriend Cydney Moreau Buy Him a Fake COVID Vaccination Card

Antonio Brown has been out of the news for a while, at least when it came to the crazy news.

Nothing lasts forever, though, and AB is back with a classic AB story. According to his ex-private chef, AB had his girlfriend out looking for a fake COVID-19 fake vaccine card to trick the NFL and the Bucs.

The reason his chef is snitching is that he believes AB owes him money.

Wild story.

Here are the details via TampaBay.com.

Bucs receiver Antonio Brown obtained a fake COVID-19 vaccination card so he could avoid NFL protocols, according to his former live-in chef.

Brown’s girlfriend, model Cydney Moreau, told Los Angeles chef Steven Ruiz in a text message July 2 that Brown was willing to pay $500 if he could get a Johnson & Johnson vaccination card.

The wide receiver and his personal chef fell out over an uncollected debt. Ruiz, who owns Taste ThatLA, says he is owed $10,000. He spoke publicly for the first time about Brown after trying unsuccessfully to extract a settlement from the Super Bowl champion Bucs and after talks with Brown’s lawyer went nowhere.

It should be noted that Ruiz never got the fake cards but claims he saw AB and Moreau with fakes cards. There is no way to know if those cards are fake or not. In fact, AB’s lawyer has come out to say he is fully vaccinated.

Brown’s lawyer, however, said in a statement Thursday afternoon to the Times that Brown is vaccinated.

“Antonio Brown appreciates the severity of the pandemic, which is why he got the vaccine and supports everyone for whom it is advisable to get the vaccine,” Sean Burstyn texted. “Coronavirus has hit close to home as it took him out of a game. He is healthy, vaccinated, and ready to win another Super Bowl.

“One of the worst parts of the pandemic has been a movement to cast doubt on our country’s vaccination programs with baseless, vindictive tabloid gossip.”

In the end, while acknowledging they were at one point looking for fake cards, the text messages don’t show any proof that fake cards were obtained.

We will have to see if the NFL or Bucs do any investigation.

It also should be noted that Ab’s chief went to a FIXER to try to squeeze money out of AB.

Ruiz reached out to Kevin Blatt, known for helping sell stories to the tabloids.

“I didn’t really have the money to hire an attorney,” Ruiz said. “Kevin is well-known for being a fixer in Los Angeles.”

Blatt told the Times that he contacted Bucs chief legal officer Dan Malasky on his cell phone as he was eating lunch in California the week of Oct. 18, and they spoke for about 8 ½ minutes.

Blatt said he identified himself as a media broker, gave his name and encouraged Malasky to Google it. Blatt said he told Malasky that the Bucs have issues with fake COVID vaccination cards.

Blatt said he did not request an amount of money to make the story disappear. “Hell no, that’s extortion,” Blatt said.

That is how you admit to extorting people without going to jail.

Flip the pages for the texts and more pics of Moreau that you might enjoy. Plus a statement from Bucs.

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