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Oakland Raiders wide receiver Antonio Brown speaks to reporters after an official team activity at the NFL football team's headquarters in Alameda, Calif., Tuesday, May 28, 2019. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)
Oakland Raiders wide receiver Antonio Brown speaks to reporters after an official team activity at the NFL football team's headquarters in Alameda, Calif., Tuesday, May 28, 2019. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu) (Jeff Chiu / AP)

When the Pro Bowl came to Orlando in 2018, chef Stefano Tedeschi who bills himself as “The Sports Chef” says NFL star Antonio Brown didn’t pay a nearly $40,000 bill, and filed a civil lawsuit, according to a report on ESPN.

According to the story by ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler, the lawsuit filed in Osceola County on July 30 alleges that the Oakland Raiders wide receiver owes Tedeschi $38,521.20.

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Tedeschi told ESPN that Brown rented a mansion for the week of Pro Bowl festivities in January 2018 and hired Tedeschi to prep food for close to 50 Pro Bowl teammates and other guests.

The lawsuit alleges Brown terminated the agreement without explanation and that Tedeschi had to pay staff out of his own pocket, according to ESPN.

Read the full report at ESPN.com.

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