Sergio Brown, a former NFL safety, is vigorously defending himself in his murder case this week by entering a plea of not guilty. He is facing allegations of allegedly causing the death of his mother and subsequently hiding her body.

Brown submitted the pleas in front of an Illinois judge on Wednesday, as confirmed by a representative from the Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office.

He is scheduled to return for another hearing in the case around the end of the following month.

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As previously stated, Brown was first charged with one count of first-degree murder and one count of concealing a deceased corpse in October. Authorities alleged that he murdered his 73-year-old mother in Maywood in September and disposed of her body along a creek behind her residence.

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Authorities claimed that after the murder, Brown swiftly fled to Mexico, where he was observed reveling and dancing carefree at a nightclub in Tulum.

Brown was ultimately extradited and apprehended … and subsequently transferred to Illinois to confront the allegations.

He is presently incarcerated without the option of bail.


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