Sergio Brown Fought With Cops On A Flight: Here’s What You Need To Know

A cell phone video shows ex-NFL player Sergio Brown battling with cops as they attempted to extradite him to the United States earlier this week.

Before the jet took off, the footage was shot on the tarmac in Mexico City. Brown was seen partying in Mexico immediately after his mother’s untimely death.

Sergio Brown Fought With Cops On A Flight: Here's What You Need To Know

Brown exclaims in the video that officers are “kidnapping” him before shoving one of them.

“I have my passport. Why are they grabbing me? They’re kidnapping me again,” he says. “This is a kidnapping. They’re in uniform.”

Brown stated several times that he was meant to travel to Colombia. When he shoves one of the officers, the two jostle.

“This is kidnapping. Cameras, please! Kidnapping,” he yells again, before saying “This is criminal confinement” as he is being restrained.

According to CBS8 in San Diego, the Mexican officers were attempting to transport him to Tijuana so that he could be handed up to US authorities to face first-degree murder charges in his mother’s death.

Brown’s mother’s remains were discovered last month near a creek behind her home in Illinois. Myrtle Brown was 73 years old.

Brown, 35, was apprehended by the San Diego Police Department Threat Management Unit and numerous other local and federal authorities after attempting to re-enter the United States from Mexico. A warrant for his arrest had been issued in Illinois.

Myrtle Brown’s death was judged a homicide by the Cook County Medical Examiner’s Office, which stated that she was injured during an assault.

Brown signed as an undrafted free agent with the New England Patriots in 2010. During his seven-year career, he was a member of the Indianapolis Colts, Jacksonville Jaguars, and Buffalo Bills.

He was last seen in the league in 2016.

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