Overtime Megan, a star on TikTok, stated that it was not her in the photo with Antonio Brown.
TikTok star Megan Eugenio, also known as “Overtime Megan,” took to her Instagram Story on Wednesday in an apparent attempt to refute reports that she was seen getting cozy with free agent wide receiver Antonio Brown.
The internet was a buzz on Tuesday about a photo that Brown allegedly posted to his Snapchat story. In the photo, it appeared as though Brown was sharing a bed with an unidentified woman.
According to TMZ, Eugenio’s response to the photo that has since been removed was to write, “I cannot believe I have to say this but that is not me,” alongside several crying laughing emojis. This is a response to the photo that has since been removed.
Even though there was growing speculation that it was her alongside Brown in the photo, Eugenio did not provide any additional context regarding the matter. Brown has not yet provided any sort of statement regarding the matter, and the post in question has been removed from his Snapchat story.
It is not clear who the woman in the photo is or whether or not the image has been altered through photo editing.
It is believed that Eugenio is involved in a romantic relationship with Cole Schwindt, a forward for the Calgary Wranglers who is a 21-year-old NHL prospect. On TikTok alone, she has over 2 million followers, and she has over 523,000 followers on Instagram. She has a massive following on social media.
According to reports, Antonio Brown uploaded a photoshopped picture of Tom Brady’s ex-wife Gisele Bündchen going shirtless about a month ago. This action came after Brown shared a number of posts making fun of his former football teammate and the supermodel.
In addition to his outbursts on social media, Brown is currently facing a charge of misdemeanor domestic violence for allegedly throwing a shoe at the head of the mother of four of his children while she was at her home in Tampa on Monday.
Since the Buccaneers cut ties with Brown in January, Brown has been absent from the National Football League. After the unceremonious and shirtless escape from a game that the Pro Bowl wideout made against the Jets at MetLife Stadium in the same month, the team decided to release him.