Giants Kicker Josh Brown Admitted Abusing Wife, Police Evidence Shows


Giants kicker Josh Brown in September.

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Josh Brown, the Giants’ kicker, admitted to domestic violence against his wife in a journal and emails, according to police documents released in Washington State on Wednesday.

The admissions are part of evidence compiled by a detective in King County, Wash., after Brown’s arrest last year in a domestic violence case, which was prompted by a 911 call made by Brown’s wife at the time, Molly Brown, who provided the documents to the police.

The charges were dropped days after the arrest, but Molly Brown told the police shortly after the arrest that her husband had been physically violent with her numerous times. Josh Brown said in August that he and his wife had since divorced.

The Giants declined to comment about Brown on Wednesday. In the police documents, Brown wrote in an email that he had “objectified women and never really worried about the pain and hurt I caused them.” In a journal entry, Brown wrote that he had “physically, mentally, emotionally and verbally been a repulsive man.”


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