NFL | May 18, 2023
A new court document was released pertaining to Jackson Mahomes’ three charges of sexual battery and one count of battery. His sister-in-law, Brittany Matthews, posted and then deleted two cryptic messages shortly thereafter.
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The court document that was recently released told us pretty much what we already knew, Jackson Mahomes is a douche, but even more troubling is that he appears to be something more sinister – a sexual predator. These are not NFL rumors as his actions were caught on tape.
In case you missed the NFL news, Jackson Mahomes, brother of the immaculately talented NFL quarterback, Patrick Mahomes, asked a 40-year-old woman, and owner of an Overland Park, Kansas restaurant and bar, if she would talk to him downstairs in her private office.
Jackson Mahomes Arrested and Charged With Aggravated Sexual Battery for Allegedly Assaulting Restaurant Owner
— Complex Sports (@ComplexSports) May 3, 2023
Upon entering the office, he closed the door behind him and proceeded to grab her around the neck and forcibly kiss her three times. The woman did not consent to the kiss and pushed him away. During this time, an employee entered a code to enter the office but was physically pushed away, twice, and barred from entering by Mahomes.
After Mahomes left, the owner revealed to two of her employees what took place and showed them the marks on her neck left by Mahomes’ unsolicited advances.
The 22-year-old returned to the office a short time later, undoubtedly now understanding the gravity of the situation and trying to douse whatever consequences were brewing by talking to his victim about how he could help her business with his vast social media following. He refused to leave without getting a hug from the owner.
A short while later, the owner’s boyfriend was made aware of the situation and he promptly kicked Mahomes and his entourage out of the restaurant. It took a few months according to NFL news and rumors following the incident but Mahomes was formally charged to which he posted a $100,000 bond and, under the bond conditions, is prohibited from commenting on the case, as is his attorney.
@chriscadenceshow Patrick Mahomes brother Jackson Mahomes is accused of assault, forcibly kissing owner at bar There’s video footage that could back up the restaraunt owner’s claims against Jackson Mahomes “He forcibly kissed me out of nowhere, and I’m telling him, pushing him off saying ‘what are you doing?’ and then he did it two more times” #jacksonmahomes #patrickmahomes #mahomes #mahomesbrother #jacksonmahomesnews #jacksonmahomesupdate #mahomesfamily #mahomesnews #mahomesupdate ♬ original sound – Chris Cadence Show
So now we know that Mahomes is not just annoying but bullying at the very least and predatory at worst. That’s never a good look, especially when one of his staunchest allies is a woman and someone who rivals him in the attention whoring department.
Before the document was released, Brittany Matthews had her brother-in-law’s back when she wrote in an Instagram post: “He is a human just trying to live his life and find his way and until you walk a day in his shoes (which no one ever will) you have no right to say s— about him.”
“So it’s best to just shut up 👍.”
Ah, but fast forward about a month after the criminal documents were released for all to see. Matthews posted the following to her Instagram page and then deleted it.
“As you get older you start to understand the difference between friends and associates, family and blood, business and work, love and lust, want and need. And most of all what’s important and what’s not,” one quote from Matthews’ post read.
A second post said: “Unfortunately, a lot of y’all met me when I lacked boundaries and was a people pleaser. Let me reintroduce myself, I burn bridges as needed.”
Matthews added, “Sheesh” with a clapping hands emoji.
It appears as though Jackson’s act has not only grown stale but dangerous to her husband’s reputation and Miss Brittany knows that it’s all fun and games until someone loses his brand.