Details emerge about alleged Antonio Brown domestic incident
We now know more about the alleged domestic incident involving Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown.
According to Ray Fittipaldo of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, an incident report filed with the Hollywood, Fla. police indicates that Brown shoved the mother of one of his children to the ground and injuring her wrist after she asked to be reimbursed for the child’s haircut.
According to incident report filed to Hollywood, Fla. police: A mother of one of Brown's children dropped off their child and asked for reimbursement for a haircut. Brown is accused of pushing her to the ground. The woman said she injured her wrist in the fall. More to come.
— Ray Fittipaldo (@rayfitt1) February 6, 2019
No charges were filed, but the NFL has confirmed that it is looking into the incident, and has the power to punish Brown even if the legal system does not take action.
NFL spokesman confirms to me that league is looking into Antonio Brown domestic incident in Florida
— Ed Bouchette (@EdBouchette) February 6, 2019
Brown’s attorney has dismissed the allegations as “baseless,” but in an already tumultuous offseason for the wide receiver, the threat of league discipline is not at all what he needed.