- Brown has been missing since his mom Myrtle was found dead on September 16
- She was beaten to death and dumped in the creek behind their house
- New video shows him living it up with a bottle of tequila in Tulum, Mexico
- Police are yet to name a suspect in Myrtle’s murder or answer whether or not they want to speak with Brown
Former NFL player Sergio Brown was spotted partying in Tulum this week after claiming the murder of his mother in Illinois was ‘fake news’ in a series of unhinged Instagram videos.
Brown’s mother Myrtle was beaten to death and dumped in a creek behind their house in Maywood, Illinois.
Her body was found on September 16. He was reported missing alongside her by his concerned brother Nick.
Maywood Police are yet to arrest anyone for Myrtle’s murder or name any suspects. They are also yet to indicate whether Sergio is a person of interest.
He was living in the home at the time and neighbors say he went ‘crazy’ and burned all his clothes before he vanished.
Myrtle Brown, 73, was found dead in a creek behind her home on September 16
Despite the family tragedy and ongoing police investigation, Sergio was spotted living it up at a Tulum beach club, dancing shirtless with scantily-clad women.
The Maywood Police Department will not give any new information on the case, other than that the investigation into Myrtle’s death is ongoing.
Deputy Chief Theodore Yancy declined to comment on whether or not police were seeking Sergio as a person of interest when reached by DailyMail.com on Tuesday.
In the videos, Sergio appears inebriated as he dances with women in bikinis to a series of hip hop songs.
Sergio Brown played for the New England Patriots and Indianapolis Colts at the height of his career. He retired in 2016
Others have also taken to X and posted a missing person poster in an effort to locate Sergio
Myrtle’s body was pulled from this creek behind her home on September 16. She had been beaten to death
He was later photographed relaxing in a booth with a bottle of tequila propped up in front of him.
Brown played for the New England Patriots then the Indianapolis Colts before the Jacksonville Jaguars and then finally the Buffalo Bills.
He retired in 2016, and has since lived quietly in Maywood, a suburb of Chicago.
The relative anonymity came to an abrupt end on September 16 with the death of his mother.
But rather than rush home, Brown took to social media, using a fake Instagram name, to call it ‘fake news’.
He referred to himself as a ‘legend’ in some of the videos. The account has now been deactivated.
Brown’s family held a funeral for Myrtle this past weekend.
His brother Nick has not commented on his absence.
Myrtle’s sister Sheila Simmons said the last time she spoke to her sister was September 14