Antonio Brown Greeted By Three Police Cruisers Due To Baby Mama Fiasco
Police met Antonio Brown at his home with three squad cars this morning, claims a new report from TMZ. Reportedly, authorities visited the wide receiver at his home because his baby momma didn't want to go to his house to pick up their child's clothes alone.
As most know, Mr. Brown, who is currently without a football team, posted a video this morning which showed him speaking with police at his house in Hollywood, Florida. The ex-football star had to get one of his friends to drop off the clothes with a police officer present.
Law enforcement sources explained to TMZ that she called the police and asked for them to escort her. The woman and Antonio have a child together. Insiders claim the police weren't there due to broken laws, but just to make sure everything went down between them peacefully.
Antonio Brown, who frequently uses his Instagram account, posted a video of himself explaining his problems with the mother of his three children, Chelsie Kyriss. The star wrote on one of the screenshots, "these ho*es been liening."
Another message stated, "these h*es be discussing your funds too." Earlier this week, Antonio Brown also took to his Twitter to write, "no more white woman 2020." When the police came to his home, Brown seemed displeased with the officers, stating that they couldn't just force their way into the house of the "GOAT."
As it was previously reported, Antonio Brown was accused of sexual misconduct by several different women. He was subsequently relieved from his duties as a wide receiver for the Oakland Raiders, following his successful career in the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Sports fans know Brown's career, however, has been marred by controversy, much of which is quite negative. For instance, during and before the 2018 season, Brown found himself in trouble after he threw furniture from his 14th-floor window in April. The furniture almost hit a baby on the patio below.
Additionally, Brown found himself in trouble again for going over 100 miles-per-hour alongside a suburban highway. He was subsequently hit with a lawsuit.