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Missing ex-NFL star Sergio Brown responds to accusations of mom’s murder

Police "kidnapped me twice from... home."

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Former NFL player Sergio Brown who was reported missing soon after his mother was found dead near a creek behind her suburban Chicago home, responded to police’s suspicion on Tuesday via Instagram.

Myrtle Brown, 73, was reported missing by family members on Saturday after they couldn’t locate or get in touch with her or her son, the Maywood Police Department said in a press release.

According to spokeswoman Natalia Derevyanny of the Cook County Medical Examiner’s Office, Myrtle Brown suffered injuries as a result of an assault, and homicide was determined to be the cause of death.

“My brother Sergio is still missing,” Sergio Brown’s brother, Nick Brown wrote on Instagram on Sunday. “If anyone knows where he is I want him to know that I love you and please come home.”


However, on Tuesday, Brown posted a story on his Instagram account saying that the news that had been circulating was “fake” and said that he thought his mother was on vacation while making accusations against the Maywood Police Department.

He also claimed that the police “kidnapped me twice from… home.”

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