Antonio Brown had a quick fall of grace since being released by the New England Patriots on September 20th, 2019. He had some run ind, including sexual assault acquisitions.
4. Agent Drew Rosenhaus terminates relationship
Drew Rosenhaus has relationships with a lot of high profile athletes who have big ego’s, but he finally had enough of Brown. The agent terminated the relationship unless Brown looked for some appropriate counseling.
That didn’t happen, so Antonio Brown is still currently without an agent.
3. Antonio Brown gets a workout
Antonio Brown had a workout with the New Orleans Saints at the end of December, which was shocking because of his constant rants on Twitter. The most shocking part of the workout, though, didn’t actually have to do with what happened on the field, but everything around it.
Brown was told not to bring his entourage with him for the workout, but he brought them all anyways, and that included a camera crew.
A week after the incident, Brown called the workout a publicity stunt by the Saints, which is a bit ironic because he was the one who brought the entourage with.
2. Brown live stream’s interactions with policy
Antonio Brown had police at his house a lot, including an incident he put on Instagram for the world to see. It involved Chelsie Kyriss, the mother of three of Brown’s kids, and the local police.
During the incident, he threw a bag of gummy “d*cks” at the police and called Kyriss “(bleeping) trash” and a “broke ass whore.”
After the incident, Hollywood police, who Brown used to support, tried to distance themselves from the former star wide receiver.
1. Brown assaults a delivery driver
Antonio Brown hired a moving company to move things to his Florida home. When it was time to pay, Brown refused, and his trainer Glen Holt assaulted the driver until they were able to get the keys from him.
Brown and his trainer started moving things out of the truck illegally. The police began to investigate, and by the time there was an arrest warrant issued for Brown he went into hiding in his house.
He eventually turned himself in and was released from jail after posting $110,00o bond. As part of the conditions of release, he must not use drugs or alcohol, turn in his passport, wear a GPS tracker, and undergo a mental health evaluation. He faces three charges burglary with assault or battery, burglary of an unoccupied conveyance and criminal mischief.
The charges carry a maximum sentence of life in prison.