Missing Ex-NFL Star Sergio Brown Speaks Out After His Mother Was Found Dead: ‘I Thought My Mama Was On Vacation’

Missing Ex-NFL Star Sergio Brown Speaks Out After His Mother Was Found Dead: ‘I Thought My Mama Was On Vacation’

The search for missing ex-NFL star Sergio Brown continues.

A search for Sergio Brown is underway after authorities found the body of his deceased mother by a creek near her Maywood home. According to reports, police in the Chicago suburb ruled the death of 73-year-old Myrtle Brown a homicide. Family members of Sergio Brown were initially unable to locate the mother-son pair, which prompted authorities to issue a missing persons report on Saturday (Sept. 17).

Authorities conducted a search which led them to the body of Myrtle Brown, however, Sergio Brown has yet to be located. Officials with the Cook County Medical Examiner’s Office determined that Myrtle’s death was a homicide after discovering she sustained injuries from an assault. Police have not named a suspect in her death and limited details about the incident have been released to the public at this time. 

The puzzling circumstances surrounding the situation have many looking for answers. Sergio Brown recently released a video referring to the situation as “fake news.” In the clip, he appeared to be unharmed. 

The 35-year-old athlete stated:

“Fake News. Fake News. It has to be the FBI that came into my on Bob Marley’s death day with the 5/11 agent gas unwarranted…they kidnapped me twice from home, the Maywood police department right… Chris Fuqua did it twice…Aaron Peppers was there the second time that it happened. It had to be the FBI or the Maywood police.”

He continued and said he thought his mother was away on vacation in Mexico.

“I thought my mama was on vacation in Sinaloa. That’s fake news – she was tired. If you want to come to me, the Maywood police got give me money…FBI had to do it, they got the power to do some sh-t like that…what the f– going on that’s fake news. Don’t come for me.”

The Maywood native played football in college at Notre Dame and spent seven seasons in the NFL. Brown began his career with the New England Patriots in 2010. The former safety then played for the Indianapolis Colts and Jacksonville Jaguars before ending his football career with the Buffalo Bills in 2016.  

This is a developing story. Please check back for updates.

TheJasmineBRAND is praying for Sergio Brown and his family during this difficult time.


Authored by: Shayla Farrow