We all know how often athletes are associated with various incidents, in most cases it is not their fault at all. Especially in the case when their lovers sue them for rape, it can be said that it has become a trend for women who like athletes.
The police investigate a mysterious case, the mother of an NFL icon is found dead, and then all trace of him is lost
Brown spent seven years in the elite American league playing safety for iconic clubs. After Sergio Brown's mother disappeared last Saturday, first the journalists in Chicago and then all possible news companies in the world published the news.
This announcement caused a lot of discussion, everyone tried to be a homicide inspector and gave various possible outcomes of this accident. However, after Sergio Brown was unavailable to the investigative authorities, the story that he killed his mother Myrtle Brown (73) appeared more and more.
A lot of controversy surrounding this case and in the end suspicions about a respected sportsman. However, since he was also lost, a story appears that he was also killed together with his mother.
Even though homicide detectives are looking for Sergio Brown, he's not on the suspect list
US police are looking for former NFL player Sergio Brown, 35, after his mother's murdered body was found near a creek in suburban Chicago this weekend.
Myrtle Brown, 73, was found Saturday afternoon near her Maywood home after relatives told police they couldn't find her or her son. An autopsy found she suffered multiple injuries from the attack, and the Cook County Medical Examiner's Office ruled her death a homicide.
Police have so far been unable to locate Brown, who played in the NFL for seven years, and have not named a suspect in the case. Brown played safety for the New England Patriots (2010-2011), Indianapolis Colts (2012-2014), Jacksonville Jaguars (2015), and Buffalo Bills (2016), making a total of 94 appearances.
In recent days there have been rumors that there are recordings of Sergio Brown from Mexico, for now we will still consider it a trace.