Tensions at 76 Lou Groza Blvd. were running high today when the Cleveland Brown’s lead attorney Slim Johnson received notice that Brinker International, the parent company of Chili’s Bar and Grill would be suing Brown's starting Quarterback Baker Mayfield for breach of contract.
The lawsuit stems from an interview by popular Cleveland Radio Show “Rover's Morning Glory” in which a 20 year old female claims that she had communicated with Mayfield after a preseason game and after a secretive, rigorous screening process, met her behind a Cheesecake Factory where the alleged mistress preformed oral sex on the former Heisman trophy winner.
Brinker Intl. claims that Baker Mayfield knowingly and intentionally broke his endorsement contract with Chili’s when he agreed to participate in lewd acts behind Cheesecake Factory.
Brinker International lead attorney Mike Hunts told reporters “We are disappointed but not surprised by Mr. Mayfield’s actions. Per his endorsement contract, Mr. Mayfield was only permitted to participate in adulterous sexual activities on Brinker International property, and his lack of disrespect is palpable by everyone in the Brinker Intl. family considering there was a Chili’s .02 miles away."
Mayfield did not seem interested in speaking to reporters this morning when approached outside the practice facility. His only public action has been to block Chili's on Twitter, one of the more recent successful blocks in Brown's history.