Back in 2018, Antonio Brown went on a complete tirade when he was accused of throwing furniture over a balcony at The Mansions condo complex.
There is actually video of that incident and it shows the unemployed WR tossing 4 large items into the condo’s pool area as people ran away in fear.
“AB is being sued by the owners of The Mansions at Acqualina in the Miami area, where he was accused of wrecking his $35k-per-month unit and not paying for the damages.
Brown allegedly leased the place from Feb. 2018 to July 2018.
In the lawsuit, the condo owners claim they found broken or defaced furnishings — including a leather couch, silk-covered sofas and appliances. They also claim AB damaged the walls and flooring so badly, they needed to repaint the place.”
Brown would go on to file a counterclaim against the condo claiming his unit was burglarized in April 2018 due to lack of security at the complex. He stated burglars entered his place without permission and stole $80k in cash and a 9mm firearm while he was out of town.
The former New England Patriots WR arrived for his deposition on Tuesday with his agent to deal with the case.