Published: Wed, January 22, 2020
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Antonio Brown Has Reportedly Locked Himself in His House Amid Battery Investigation

Antonio Brown Has Reportedly Locked Himself in His House Amid Battery Investigation

National Football League wide receiver Antonio Brown has reportedly "locked himself in" his Florida home as police continued Wednesday to investigate an alleged battery incident that took place there the previous day, reports say.

On Tuesday, officers found themselves descending upon Brown's mansion yet again after the driver of a moving truck called in and claimed he'd been beaten up and robbed by the embattled player and his trainer Glenn Holt. Brown's trainer, Glen Holt, was taken into custody following the incident and charged with "burglary with batter". A criminal investigation is ongoing, and it remains possible (if not likely) that Brown is also charged - once he is located.

Officers attempted to make contact with Brown but were unsuccessful, Latta said. Brown was also implicated in the event, and has reportedly walled himself off from society as the investigation continues.

The latest apparent incident came less than a week after the Hollywood Police Department cut ties with Brown following an incident outside his home involving the mother of his children.

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This comes just a few days after Brown saw his relationship with agent Drew Rosenhaus terminated, and his reputation with the local police whittled away after he live streamed a confrontation with them on Instagram.

The NFL is investigating Brown after his former trainer Brittney Taylor accused him of rape and sexual assault in September.

Another woman accused Brown of sexual misconduct when she was hired to work as an artist in his Pittsburgh home while he was a member of the Steelers in 2017.

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