Brittany Mahomes posts cryptic messages as her brother-in-law faces serious charges: ‘I’ll burn bridges when it’s necessary’
Brittany Mahomes, the wife of Kansas City Chiefs superstar quarterback Patrick Mahomes, released some cryptic messages Monday as new details emerged about her brother-in-law’s case.
Mahomes shared the news on her Instagram Stories and took a screenshot of it New York Post and others before they disappeared. Neither Mahomes nor her husband have commented on Jackson Mahomes’ sexual abuse case, for which he was arrested earlier this month.
“As you get older, you begin to understand the difference between friends and acquaintances, family and blood, business and work, love and lust, wants and needs. And most importantly, what is important and what isn’t.”
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“Unfortunately, many of you met me when I lacked boundaries and was a people lover. Reintroducing myself, I’ll burn bridges if need be,” read another.
She added “gosh” with a clapping emoji at the bottom of the second quote image.
Brittany Mahomes defended her brother-in-law last month before he was formally charged and arrested in the case. She was asked in an Instagram Q&A about the criticism Jackson Mahomes is receiving.
“They are ignorant,” she replied on her Instagram Stories. “He’s a person who’s just trying to live his life and find his way, and until you walk in his shoes for a day (which nobody ever will), you have no right to say anything about him.”
She continued, “So it’s best to just shut up.”
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Now she and Patrick Mahomes are silent. The two have appeared at the NFL Draft in Kansas, the Met Gala in New York City, the Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs and the Miami Grand Prix F1 race.
Jackson Mahomes has been charged with three counts of aggravated sexual assault and one count of assault in Johnson County, Kansas, in connection with one incident. Mahomes posted $100,000 bail and, under the terms of the bail, he and his attorney were barred from making public statements about the case.
A restaurant owner in Overland Park accused the TikTok star of grabbing her by the neck, pushing her head back and kissing her three times. Another restaurant worker said Mahomes pushed him.
Mahomes’ attorney denied the allegations in March before his client was formally charged.
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“Jackson didn’t do anything wrong,” Davies told the Kansas City Star. “Our investigation has uncovered substantial evidence disproving the claims made by Jackson’s accusers, including testimonies from multiple witnesses. We have reached out to law enforcement to provide the results of our investigation so they can have a full picture of the matter.”
Fox News Paulina Dedaj contributed to this report.