Brown’s chief of staff, Kaley Brownson, was found guilty Tuesday of operating a vehicle while impeding it, according to court records. According to Brunswick Mayor Court records, Brownson, 31, was stopped on May 27 at 12:27 a.m. in Brunswick, Ohio, after driving 55 mph in a 35 mph zone. She had a reported blood alcohol level of .215 – more than two and a half times the legal limit of 0.08. According to a report by Browns reporter Daryl Reuter of Cleveland radio station WKRK-FM, Brownson did not appeal Tuesday to the charge, a misdemeanor in Ohio. She had her OVI and speeding fees removed, and she paid $780 in court fees and fines. An organization that has put itself in this position,” Brown said in a statement on Wednesday. “We are taking this matter seriously and will take appropriate disciplinary action.” Brownson’s coach, Kevin Stefansky, also spoke about Brownson’s conviction in a Zoom press conference after the team’s OTAs, which She didn’t bring her in. He said he was ‘disappointed’ but she won’t lose her job. I’ve talked to her a few times and you’ll learn from this. …I’m disappointed, it’s frustrating. She replaced coach Drew Betsing, who missed the Cleveland game in November in Jacksonville to mark the birth of his first child.