In the original lawsuit, filed in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida, Taylor accuses Brown of sexually assaulting her on three occasions in 2017 and 2018. For now, Brown will have to look elsewhere for his next chance in the NFL.
The NFL is staging an investigation into the allegations and accusations against Brown.
Brown was traded by the Steelers to the Raiders during the offseason.
He also claims that Taylor sought a $1.645 million loan for her gymnastics business that Brown denied as motivation to defame him, according to ESPN.
Brown's countersuit is in response to Taylor's filing, which had been refiled in Broward County Circuit Court on November 1, the report said.
"Taylor's acts have all but ruined Brown's career, causing him to lose a number of substantial and lucrative business contracts, and impacting the public persona in such a manner as to cause Brown and his family significant personal and financial harm". If you're wondering just how frustrated Brady has become, we might finally have an idea, thanks to NBC analyst Cris Collinsworth, who had an interesting conversation with the Patriots quarterback before New England's Sunday night game against Baltimore in Week 9. With Rob Gronkowski retired and Brown no longer on the team, the Patriots just don't have a home run threat anymore. The team finally cut him after he sent menacing text messages to a different woman who had publicly accused him of sexual misconduct.
Brown is in the midst of being investigated by the NFL and it remains to be seen whether or not he will get to come back into the league this year.
Taylor's attorney David Haas vowed in a statement responding to Brown's countersuit that his client would not be bullied.
'In the past, Defendant Brown has used intimidation to avoid responsibility for his actions.
The rumors of Brown re-signing with the Patriots have been rampant since the veteran receiver released a tweet at the beginning of the week apologizing to team owner Robert Kraft and the Patriots organization.