In the police documents released Wednesday, Brown admitted he “had been a liar for most of my life.” He claimed to have a porn addiction and having been abusive to women all the way back to the age of 7, after being molested as a young boy.
“I objectified women and never really worried about the pain and hurt I caused them,” Brown wrote in an email.
There was also a 2013 “Contract for Change” signed by Brown, his then-wife Molly Brown and counselor Jerry Price. Item No. 2 states that Josh Brown had physically, verbally and emotionally abused Molly.
In a letter to friends in 2014 that Josh Brown warned would be hard to read, he admitted to carrying an overwhelming sense of entitlement. He said he viewed himself as God and that Molly was basically his slave.
His wife accused him of being physically violent with her more than 20 times. Brown played the entire 2015 season while “exhausting the appeals process.” The Giants gave Brown a new 2-year, $4 million deal in April while he was appealing his suspension.
Brown also had some issues at Nebraska including one involving an ex-girlfriend.