Brown, 31, and his trainer, Glenn Holt, were each suspect of assaulting a moving teamster outside of the player's direct Hollywood, Florida, on Tues over a disagreement concerning the moving fees.
Holt was inactive Tues on a law-breaking charge of felony with battery, per police. Officers same they tried to create contact with Brown to question him, however were unsuccessful.
The warrant charges the free agent receiver with one count of felony with battery, one count of felony of AN unoccupied conveyance and one count of criminal mischief.
Police same that they had been to his home a minimum of fourfold within the past month thanks to domestic disturbance calls.
Holt’s professional, Eric Rudenberg, told Miami first principle affiliate WPLG that police claimed there had been a disagreement between movers concerning some things happiness Brown.
In this Sunday, Sept. 15, 2019, file photo, geographic region Patriots wide receiver Antonio Brown on the sidelines,during the primary 0.5 at AN NFL football against the Miami Dolphins in Miami Gardens, Fla.
In this Sunday, Sept. 15, 2019, file photo, geographic region Patriots wide receiver Antonio Brown on the sidelines,during the primary 0.5 at AN NFL football against the Miami Dolphins in Miami Gardens, Fla.Lynne Sladky/AP, File
The driver was reportedly there to deliver things that Brown had keep in CA, however the contestant at the start refused to pay the $4,000 fee, per a police report obtained by WPLG. the driving force had tried to depart with the delivery things still in his truck once Brown allegedly threw a rock, damaging the vehicle, the report same.
At one purpose, Brown allegedly entered the truck's cabin and commenced to assault the driving force. Holt approached the cab a brief time later and tried to grab the keys to the truck and caused cuts and scratches to the driving force, per WPLG.
Holt, 35, was out on bond as of weekday evening. His professional same he intends to plead guiltless.
Brown found himself at the middle of conflict last year once he asked to be free from the port Raiders once the franchise awarded him a contract that enclosed $30 million in guarantees.
He was free by port and later signed with the Patriots, however the team cut him in Sept once a former trainer suspect him of rape and sex offense. Brown's unleash from the team coincided with a report in Sports Illustrated that another girl suspect Brown of harassment whereas she acting at his home.
Brown's professional has denied the sex offense allegations.
The receiver was a star with the Pittsburgh Steelers for 9 seasons, totaling seven professional Bowl appearances and 4 first-team All professional alternatives.
ABC News' Bill colonist and Darren painter contributed to the current report.