The tumultuous last 12 months for Antonio Brown continued on Wednesday as an arrest warrant, with no bond, has been issued for Hollywood, FL resident as first reported by Andy Slater.
SLATER SCOOP: An arrest warrant was just issued for Antonio Brown.
There is no bond. pic.twitter.com/CZpkHbrbZz
— Andy Slater (@AndySlater) January 23, 2020
The warrant stems from an incident that took place with a moving company that was contracted to deliver items Brown has in storage in California to his Florida residence. However, Brown refused to pay the $4,000 tab and the driver began to leave. As he was left, Brown allegedly threw a rock at the truck that caused damage. Then, after speaking to the moving company, Brown reportedly agreed to pay an additional fee on top of the $4,000 to pay for the damages, however, once again, Brown refused and things escalated from there.
Brown then allegedly struck the driver inside the cabin of the truck and he and his trainer, Glenn Holt, began to offload his stuff themselves. Holt has already been arrested and charged while Brown has reportedly been unreachable in his house.
This is just another incident on a long list of issues that spans just a calender year. Just last week, Brown live-streamed an incident on his Instagram account that involved a large police presence and the eviction of his ex-girlfriend.
At the end of the 2018 season, Brown was still a member of the Steelers. During the spring, he was traded to the Oakland Raiders but never played a game for them after he was released just before the start of the 2019 season. He immediately latched on with the New England Patriots but lasted just one game before being released following sexual assault allegations from his former trainer.
From 2013-18, Brown averaged 114 receptions, 1,524 yards and 11 touchdowns a season. He was arguably the best wide receiver during that time. His 2019 stat line: one game, four receptions, 54 yards, and one touchdown.