On Tuesday, there was yet another issue going on with Antonio Brown when a report suggested there was a “heavy” police presence outside his Florida home.
According to a report from ESPN’s Cameron Wolfe, Brown was under investigation for “possible battery” after Brown and his trainer, Glen Holt, allegedly battered a moving truck driver.
Police arrested Holt and charged with “burglary with batter.”
Brown was not arrested, but a new report suggests there was a reason why that is.
Via USA Today:
“Multiple attempts by police to contact him were unsuccessful as of Wednesday morning, and Lata said he “locked himself in his house.” Police reiterated the investigation is ongoing and said more information will be available later Wednesday.”
Brown started his 2019 year as a member of the Pittsburgh Steelers, but ultimately forced them to trade him as he headed to the Oakland Raiders. His behavior got him released without playing a single game.
He would get signed by the Patriots but would only last eleven days before they parted ways with him as well.
The 7-time pro bowler and 4-time first team all-pro is still under investigation by the NFL for sexual assault and rape claims against him.