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Man suing Antonio Brown for selling him a fake Richard Mille breaks silence

Ryan Kane, the man who filed a lawsuit against former NFL player Antonio Brown for selling him a fake Richard Mille watch for $160k  has finally spoken about the issue.

According to Ryan Kane, he realised the watch he bought from Antonio Brown was fake when he wanted to insure it.

He claimed he texted the former NFL player telling him the watch was fake but he blocked him suggesting that he knew the watch is fake & still sold it to him.

Watch the video below for more:

Background 

NFL free agent, Antonio Brown is being sued for allegedly selling a man a fake $160,000 Richard Mille watch.

A man named Ryan Kane has filed a lawsuit in Broward County, FL. where Brown resides alleging the former football star ‘knew [it] was a fake but represented [the watch] to be genuine.’

In the lawsuit, filed earlier this week, Kane is suing the ex-Tampa Bay Buccaneers wideout for fraud, among other things. The plaintiff is seeking $160,000 plus interest for his troubles.

Less than two months later, Kane reportedly took the watch for appraisal in Miami, only to learn it was a fake and that Brown had purchased it from Dubai, alongside three other Richard Mille fakes for less than $500 a piece from a dealer.

Brown allegedly told Kane the watch was an RM 011 model worth ‘in excess of $400,000.’ The watch Kane thought he had purchased was released in 2007 in conjunction with Formula 1 driver, Felipe Massa.

The former NFL star is yet to comment on the matter.

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