Antonio Brown In Trouble With Police

Antonio Brown In Trouble With Police

Antonio Brown In Trouble With Police

Antonio Brown is in trouble with the police.

On Monday, Brown published a troubling video to social media showing cops at his home responding to a domestic issue.

In the video, the former NFL wide receiver could be seen hurling insults at both the police and the mother of his children, Chelsie Kyriss.

In response to the incident, the Hollywood Police Department came out with a strong stance against Brown.

It appears that Brown had previously made a donation to the local officers.

This week, the police returned that donation and made a blistering statement condemning Brown’s recent actions.

The department repeatedly referred to Brown as “very rude” as well as “disrespectful,” and insisted he had turned into a terrible role model.

“We made the decision to sever ties between Mr. Brown and the Hollywood Police Athletic League,” the police said.

“We did not want our youth to be subject to this type of behavior nor emulate the actions of Mr. Brown.”

Monday was not the first time Brown clashed with police.

There was also a previously unreported Dec. 14 altercation between Kyriss and Brown that seemed to have gone equally poorly.

“While Officers were on scene, Mr. Brown treated them with disrespect and disdain,” the police statement noted.

As a result, the department has pledged never to take another dime from Brown.

“We will not take money from a donor that we cannot have our youth be proud of or represent our organization.”

Brown has been out of the league since September of 2019, when he was accused of sexual assault. He was promptly cut by the New England Patriots and has not been on an NFL roster since.

Related: Antonio Brown’s Baby Mama Reveals Troubling Messages

Michael Kyaw

Michael Kyaw, initially a PR Manager, built up a valuable network of connections in the sports world that he then utilized to become an influential sports business reporter. His work has been published on Fox Sports, Bleacher Report, Fansided, ESPN and the Wall Street Journal.

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