Antonio Brown was charged in an alleged assault outside his Florida home in January, reports ESPN Jeremy Fowler.
The state of Florida has laid three charges against the All-Pro wide receiver, which faces charges of burglary, battery for crime, and criminal offense for crime, according to a Broward County court document obtained by ESPN.
On January 23, Brown surrendered following an arrest warrant that alleged that he and his coach had attacked a delivery truck driver outside his home two days earlier. A criminal complaint said the driver was trying to deliver the Brown’s items from California.
Brown was later charged with battery criminal robbery, which ESPN said was not included in the public file on March 20.
According to ESPN, the battery charge for crime said that Brown was “genuinely and intentionally” striking the driver against his will, while the criminal mischief charge said that Brown had damaged the driver’s property by $ 200 or less.
The NFL launched an investigation into Brown last fall after former coach Britney Taylor accused him of rape and sexual assault. Taylor met with NFL investigators for 10 am on September 16, the same day Sports Illustrated published a story, including a second account of sexual misconduct involving Brown. Brown denied the charges.
Brown missed most of the 2019 regular season after a tumultuous summer and fall, Patriots released him on September 20.