Antonio Brown claims his car was stolen, police won’t help
Antonio Brown has a reputation for posting some wild things on social media, and that theme continued when he claimed he was the victim of a crime that the police were ignoring on Monday.
Brown tweeted what appeared to be a screenshot of an app that allows him to see where his Bentley is located, and he claimed it had been stolen but police in Hollywood were not assisting him in getting it back.
“Hollywood police will not even report my car stolen it’s shows at this address they letting (name redacted) ride around stolen cars with my kids with no money or home! Missed school today who we call,” Brown wrote.
He then sent a follow-up tweet encouraging any tow truck drivers or repo workers to help him get his car back since police were allegedly ignoring him.
This is not the first time Brown has claimed something very valuable has been stolen from him. The free agent wide receiver said last year that he came home from a trip to find that a large sum of cash and a firearm had been stolen from his apartment, which is apparently why he went into a fit of rage and began throwing furniture off a balcony.
The NFL is still investigating multiple sexual misconduct allegations against Brown, which is likely the main reason he has not been signed by a team. However, the social media drama certainly isn’t helping his cause.