Orthopedic surgeon sues NFL wide receiver Antonio Brown for unpaid services

Laura Dyrda -   Print  | Email

Orthopedic surgeon Victor Prisk, MD, sued New England Patriots' Antonio Brown, alleging the wide receiver failed to pay for his services as a wellness coach, according to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

Dr. Prisk is CEO and medical director of Prisk Orthopaedics and Wellness, a Monroe, Pa.-based orthopedic practice focused on regenerative medicine as well as foot and ankle treatment. The practice also provides wellness services and fitness contest preparation.

Mr. Brown, a former Pittsburgh Steelers player, reportedly sought Dr. Prisk's services as a wellness coach, which cost $500 per hour. Dr. Prisk alleges Mr. Brown owes him $11,500 and has sued to recover the payments.

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