Antonio Brown Has Reportedly Locked Himself in His House Amid Battery Investigation

Antonio Brown Has Reportedly Locked Himself in His House Amid Battery Investigation

Antonio Brown Has Reportedly Locked Himself in His House Amid Battery Investigation

Police were called to Antonio Brown's home in Florida on Tuesday following a possible battery incident, but the star wide receiver is reportedly not cooperating with with the investigation.

Police told TMZ that they tried to make contact with Brown to procure a complete picture of what went down but were "unsuccessful".

NBC 6 in South Florida cited a news release from Hollywood Police saying officers responded to the home after an "alleged victim" told police he was attacked by Brown and his trainer, identified as Holt. Holt was arrested and charged with one count of burglary with battery. Brown is a suspect, but is not now facing charges, ESPN's Cameron Wolfe reports. Brown was also implicated in the event, and has reportedly walled himself off from society as the investigation continues. The alleged victim, the driver of a tractor-trailer moving truck, left the scene, according to the NBC 6 report. Antonio Brown live-streamed a profane outburst at police outside his house as his children and their mother watched. The department no longer accepts Brown's contribution to their police athletic league and he has subsequently been banned from its workout facility.

Brown recently was let go by his agent, Drew Rosenhaus, in the wake of a troubling incident at Brown's home.

He was released by the Patriots after sexual and personal misconduct accusations were made against him.

The NFL is investigating Brown after his former trainer filed a lawsuit, alleging Brown sexually assaulting her on multiple occasions.

Help is something retired New York Giants legend Carl Banks pleaded for on Tuesday, encouraging the NFLPA and DeMaurice Smith to step in and assist Brown before things reach the point of no return.

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