Published: Sun, January 26, 2020
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Police issue warrant for Antonio Brown’s arrest on felony charges

Police issue warrant for Antonio Brown’s arrest on felony charges

Brown is also now being investigated by the National Football League for violating its personal conduct policy, related to sexual assault allegations from a former trainer, Britney Taylor.

An arrest warrant was issued for Brown on Wednesday night on one count of felony burglary and battery. The driver refused to unload Brown's items, and started to leave.

Brown pelted a rock at the truck driver before the alleged battery outside of his home Tuesday, according to court documents obtained by TMZ on Wednesday.

USA TODAY reports that police unsuccessfully attempted to reach Brown on Wednesday morning as they continue their investigation.

Brown then entered the truck and began physically striking the driver before being restrained by associates. Brown assaulted the driver as Holt tried to take the keys and Brown's belongings from the truck.

The truck driver said that when he asked for the $4,000 payment, Brown refused.

TMZ reported that Brown went in his house as police arrived and has since been unresponsive.

The charge relates to a Tuesday afternoon incident outside of Brown's home where a moving truck driver alleges he was assaulted by both Brown and his trainer, Glenn Holt. The driver reported the damage to the police.

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However, an arrest warrant has since been issued for Brown for burglary with battery as well.

'Our children and I have distanced ourselves from him and our former home.

Police didn't immediately identify the alleged victim or what prompted the confrontation.

Brown, who is a free agent, played nine seasons with the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Antonio Brown's tulmultous 2019 has followed him into 2020 and now he is paying for it dearly off the field just as he is on the field.

He was changed to the Oakland Raiders previous year, but was released before playing a regular season game after several off-field incidents. Brown ignored their requests, remaining in his home.

Last week, agent Drew Rosenhaus terminated his relationship with Brown, in the hopes of getting him to seek professional help. An argument allegedly ensued.

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