(ReclaimingAmerica.net) – Former NFL player Sergio Brown has been arrested on charges of first-degree murder in connection with the death of his mother, Myrtle Brown. The arrest followed a disturbing sequence of events, including Sergio’s partying in Mexico after his mother’s passing.
Brown was apprehended and swiftly deported from Mexico. Authorities are currently working on transferring him from Southern California to the Chicago area, where the investigation into his mother’s death is centered. He was taken into custody near San Diego based on an arrest warrant issued in Illinois by the Maywood Police Department.
The events began when Myrtle’s relatives contacted the Maywood Police Department, expressing their concerns about being unable to locate or reach her or her son. Tragically, Myrtle’s lifeless body was discovered, and the Cook County Medical Examiner’s Office determined that her death resulted from injuries sustained in an assault, classifying it as a homicide.
Amid this turmoil, Brown posted disturbing content on his alleged alternative Instagram account. In one video, he bizarrely referenced the animated film “Finding Nemo” and mocked the missing person’s report filed by his family. His unsettling behavior was on full display as he repeated the famous mantra from the movie, saying, “Just keep swimming.”
In another Instagram video, Brown, shirtless and in an undisclosed sunny location, sang lyrics from Drake’s song “Legend” while making exaggerated facial expressions. This behavior raised even more concerns as he seemed indifferent to the ongoing investigation into his mother’s murder.
Perhaps the most troubling aspect was a video showing Brown partying and dancing with women in a club in Tulum, Mexico. Clad in nothing but red Nike swimming trunks, he appeared carefree and jovial despite the serious allegations against him. Witnesses reported that he spent hours at the club, chatting with people and buying drinks before departing.
Mexican authorities had been aware of Brown’s presence in the country since September 19 but only deported him after Illinois issued a warrant for his arrest.
Brown had a notable NFL career, playing for teams such as the New England Patriots, Indianapolis Colts, Jacksonville Jaguars, and Buffalo Bills from 2010 to 2016. He also had local ties, having played high school football at Proviso East High School in Maywood, a suburb of Chicago, and attending the University of Notre Dame.
The arrest of Brown in connection with his mother’s death has shocked many, and the investigation into this tragic case continues to unfold.