Antonio Brown has police called to his home for another incident
Antonio Brown is just days removed from having police at his Florida home for an incident involving the mother of his children, and officers were reportedly called to the residence again on Tuesday for another incident.
One of Brown’s neighbors told TMZ on Tuesday afternoon that there were a “handful” of squad cars outside the free agent receiver’s home, and it appeared someone had been injured. Police would only confirm that there was an “active scene” at Brown’s home and said Brown was not in custody “at this time.”
Details surrounding the incident are unclear, but this would be at least the second time this month that multiple officers were called to Brown’s home. The last time, Brown broadcasted the incident on Instagram live and showed himself berating police and cursing in front of his children.
Brown’s agent Drew Rosenhaus and attorney Darren Heitner parted ways with the 31-year-old last week. Rosenhaus said he is willing to work with Brown in the future but only if Brown seeks counseling.
Brown has been under investigation by the NFL after multiple women accused him of sexual misconduct. His chances of signing with a team next season are getting worse by the day.