Antonio Brown goes to court for allegedly trashing condo

Former NFL star wide receiver Antonio Brown is once again in the center of attention. He is being sued by the owners of the Mansions at Acqualina in Sunny Isles Beach, as they claim he damaged the property and are suing him for $35,000.


Brown was present at the deposition on Tuesday, where he had a chance to defend and tell his side of the story. That's not the only lawsuit he had to face, as another one claims that he almost hit a toddler and her grandfather with a piece of furniture. Witness says that he threw it out of the window as people were passing by. Brown came to court with his attorney Darren Heitner and his agent, Drew Rosenhaus. Only Heitner answered journalists, claiming that this case is only about condo dispute and that he won't talk about anything else for the moment. No further details were published, and Brown chooses to remain silent. 

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Problems for troubled star started in March when the Pittsburgh Steelers traded him to Oakland. Raiders didn't want him, so they released him even before he played a single game. Only days after he was announced as a member of Patriots, his former trained filed a civil lawsuit against him, claiming that he raped her. Soon after, there were claims that former NFL star tried to intimidate the second accuser, but Brown claims his innocence.


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Last weekend, he accused owners of Patriots and Raiders that they own him almost $40 million and is willing to sue them. At the same time, he announced that his NFL career is over for good. On the other hand, his agent claims that teams are interested in hiring him, but only if he is cleared in the court. Brown is currently taking online courses at his Central Michigan University.

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