Antonio Brown reportedly turns himself in to jail after arrest warrant
Antonio Brown is trying to handle his legal situation with authorities in Florida.
Brown turned himself in at a Florida jail on Thursday, TMZ Sports first reported.
ESPN’s Cameron Wolfe says Brown arrived with his attorneys at Broward County Jail to handle the matter.
Antonio Brown has turned himself into Broward County Jail alongside his lawyers tonight to deal with his arrest warrant. The wait is over, as @TMZ_Sports reported.
— Cameron Wolfe (@CameronWolfe) January 24, 2020
Brown was investigated for a possible battery by his home in Hollywood, Florida on Tuesday. He and his trainer, Glenn Holt, are accused of burglary and battery for allegedly beating up a moving truck driver. While Holt was taken into custody, Brown went inside his house and would not cooperate with police. The wide receiver had a warrant produced on Wednesday for his arrest, and finally as of a day later, he has turned himself in.
Brown is facing charges of burglary with battery. Here are details about the incident.