AB turns himself in to police

Ross Houston
January 24, 2020

National Football League free agent Antonio Brown turns himself in at Florida jail.

According to a report by USA Today, there was no police activity Wednesday night at Brown's home after the warrant was issued, suggesting that authorities were waiting until Thursday morning to arrest him if he did not turn himself in.

The 31-year-old Brown, who played just one game this season with the New England Patriots after being released by the Las Vegas Raiders for off-the-field incidents, and his trainer, Glen Holt, allegedly physically struck the driver of a moving truck outside his residence, police said Tuesday.


Antonio Brown is officially in jail after he allegedly beat up a moving truck driver earlier in the week.

A large police presence showed up at Brown's home after a 911 call around 2 p.m., but police said they were not "successful" in locating Brown, who did not face charges at the time.

According to TMZ, the wide receiver has already been booked into the Broward County Jail. "He throws stones at my truck". The only reason Brown wasn't arrested earlier is because he locked himself in the house and refused to speak to the police.


Long a star with the Pittsburgh Steelers, the seven-time Pro Bowl selectee was traded to Oakland in March. He also said Brown appeared intoxicated. Brown also countersued his accuser.

According to her lawsuit, Taylor says Brown "preyed" on her "kindness" and "religious devotion" by pretending to share her faith. "Brown denies each and every allegation in the lawsuit".

Last week, Brown's former agent Drew Rosenhaus announced he had "conditionally" terminated his relationship with Brown until the wide receiver sought professional help.


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