The Antonio Brown saga continues as there is a significant police presence outside of his Florida home. According to TMZ Sports, Brown has been accused of felony battery and burglary over an incident involving a driver for a moving company.
The driver reportedly told the police that he was "battered" by Brown and his trainer, Glen Holt. Holt was taken into custody is facing charges of burglary with battery. Police said that Brown is a suspect but has not been charged with a crime. They did not say what was allegedly stolen, or provide any details about the altercation.
Brown has been the center of controversy since training camp. He ended up getting cut by the Oakland Raiders following a public dispute with the NFL and the team's general manager over his helmet. He was quickly signed by the New England Patriots and only played one game before he found himself in trouble again.
He was accused of sexual assault in a lawsuit by his former trainer and was cut by the Patriots before he played another game. After the lawsuit became public, Brown faced multiple accusations of sexual misconduct. The NFL launched an investigation into the allegations.
The league decided not to punish Brown since he was not on any team's roster but warned teams he could face discipline if they signed him to a contract before their investigation was completed.
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