Antonio Brown Suspect in Battery and Burglary, His Trainer Arrested for Assaulting Truck Driver

The home of the former Pittsburgh Steelers player is swarmed by police in relation to the felony battery and burglary case as he and his trainer are accused of assaulting the driver of a moving company.

AceShowbiz - Antonio Brown just landed himself in another trouble. The professional football player, who has been a free agent since New England Patriots cut his contract in September 2019, is named a suspect in a felony battery and burglary case stemming from an incident involving a driver who works for a moving company.

On Tuesday, January 21, the athlete's home in Hollywood was swarmed by cops amid reports that someone has been injured. Hollywood police say they responded to his home around 2 P.M. after a 911 call for a "possible disturbance."

Updated reports claim Antonio and his trainer Glen Holt assaulted a man and the alleged victim was the driver of the moving company. Glen has been charged with burglary with battery, and was taken into custody.

A police source told TMZ that Antonio is not in custody "at this time," but cops are actively working on getting a warrant for Brown's arrest and they're trying to work with the NFL star to get him to surrender peacefully.

Antonio and his camp have not commented on the alleged battery and burglary case.

Earlier this month, his house was visited by cops after he and his ex Chelsie Kyriss had a dispute over the ownership of a Bentley. During the outburst that he aired live on Instagram, the 31-year-old launched a profanity-laden tirade at his baby mama while she spoke to police with their children nearby. He also cussed out the responding police officers.

Following the incident, Hollywood Police announced their athletic league has severed ties with the athlete. Police spokesperson Christian Lata said in a statement, "This league was not dependent on his donation or involvement. We will not take money from a donor that we cannot have our youth be proud of or represent our organization."

Antonio has also been dropped by his agent Drew Rosenhaus. "We made the decision to sever ties between Mr. Brown and the Hollywood Police Athletic League. We did not want our youth to be subject to this type of behavior nor emulate the actions of Mr. Brown," Drew said, noting that he would like to work with the wide receiver again, but he needs to get help first.

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