Antonio Brown really is his own enemy.
On Monday, it was reported by the Miami Herald that he was accused of some poor behavior prior to him signing with the Tampa Bay Bucs. Even though he wasn’t charged, the incident could possibly violate the terms of his probation.
The report reads:
“Hollywood police determined it had probable cause to charge Brown with misdemeanor criminal mischief for the Oct. 15 incident, the report said. But the homeowners association president declined to press charges, according to the report, police saying she feared Brown “may retaliate against her employees.”
The incident happened some two weeks before he signed with Bucs.
“Sylvia Berman, the HOA president, downplayed the incident on Monday. “It’s not that we’re afraid of him,” Berman told the Herald. Instead, she said, the board thought the incident was too minor to press charges and Brown had agreed to replace the broken camera.
A spokesperson for Brown said Monday that she has been “assisting Mr. Brown for several months to resolve certain minor disputes with the housing authority.”
“One of the issues involved difficulties that visiting friends and family experienced while attempting to access a visitor gate. That and all other issues have been fully and amicably resolved, and everyone is getting along just fine,” spokeswoman Alana Burstyn said, adding: “ I am not sure who is trying to promote this narrative.”
It remains unclear if the Bucs knew about this incident prior to signing him. Now it makes since why Brady wanted him to stay at his place.
The Bucs signed Brown near the end of that suspension. He played two games with the Bucs in 2020, catching 10 passes for 100 yards.