An angry Tom Brady stood at his locker Saturday and answered questions about his appearance in a Netflix comedy series that many took to be a veiled shot at Patriots owner Robert Kraft's arrest at a Florida massage parlor.
The Patriots quarterback said the scene in the series "Living With Yourself" with Paul Rudd is being misunderstood and misconstrued by the "blame and shame media culture."
When asked by a reporter about the connection to the Robert Kraft case and, what was he thinking by filming the scene, Brady answered:
"That's not what it was about. I think that was taken out of context, just like you're taking it out of context. You're trying to make it a story for yourself, which has a negative connotation to it, which I don't appreciate.
"It was meant to be something different than that. The fact that it's a distraction or that your bringing it up is not something I want to be talking about."
Here's part of the exchange:
Tom Brady addresses media from his locker ... irritated at the conjecture his Netflix appearance generated. pic.twitter.com/Ei0jTSr9yP— Tom E. Curran (@tomecurran) October 19, 2019
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