Update: Former NFL All-Pro WR Antonio Brown won’t be facing charges for domestic battery any longer, reported Yahoo Sports. Tampa’s prosecutors decided to drop the case after allegedly Brown was involved in an incident on November 29 involving a woman.
Antonio Brown was accused of throwing a show at the woman and trying to evict her from home by locking her, ultimately leading to his arrest warrant that was issued. However, the prosecutors have decided to drop the case after reviewing all of the information regarding the case. Not to mention, the woman recanting her previous allegations against Brown didn’t work in their favor.
The former NFL WR played for the Pittsburgh Steelers, New England Patriots, Las Vegas Raiders, and Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Unfortunately, he has left a trail of scandals everywhere he’s gone. It’s safe to say each of these organizations isn’t a fan of Brown’s character and antics on and off the field.
He hasn’t been on the field since his debacle in Metlife Stadium with the Buccaneers. He removed his jersey, and pads and then begin parading around the field. According to reports, he left the stadium in an Uber and the NFL hasn’t seen him since, and for good reason.