OAKLAND (KRON) – According to ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler, wide receiver Antonio Brown is facing a lawsuit that alleges he’s yet to pay for his chef’s bill during his Pro Bowl festivities, costing him $38,000.
The civil lawsuit was filed by Stefano Tedeschi, also known as, “The Sports Chef” in Osceola County on July 30.
Tedeschi tells ESPN’s Fowler, Brown rented an Orlando home and hired the chef to prepare food.
The chef isn’t certain as to why Brown has yet to pay him.
Tedeschi adds, “Never once have I had one problem. My food is so good, and my mannerisms in someone’s home is second to none.”
In April, Brown settled a lawsuit last year after he allegedly threw furniture from the 14th story balcony of a Florida apartment building, nearly hit a 22-month-old child.
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