Antonio Brown Accused Of Throwing A Bike At A Security Guard Shack And ‘Angrily Destroying A Surveillance Camera’

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Antonio Brown is back in the news for an alleged altercation with a security guard.

According to a police report obtained by the Miami Herald, Brown has been accused of getting into an altercation with a security guard at a gated community in Hollywood, Florida. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)

Brown is accused of throwing a bike at a security shack and “angrily destroying a surveillance camera” after he had to come down to the entrance gate to let a guest in.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers receiver is accused of telling the guard, “Why are you wasting my f**king time, you need to let my guest through the f**king gate.”

The alleged incident took place October 15, which was before Brown’s return to the NFL, and the HOA president didn’t press charges out of fear that he might “retaliate” against her workers, according to the same report.

The Bucs released a statement Monday night letting people know they’re aware of the situation, and that Brown “has met all the expectations we have in place.”

It’s a new day, but it’s the same story with Antonio Brown! The man always finds himself in the news, and it’s rarely for positive things.

Obviously, he’s not facing charges and has every right in the world to be presumed innocent until proven guilty.


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Having said that, if he really flipped out over having to escort a guest past a security gate, then it’s just the latest sign that you don’t want him in your locker room.

Imagine being a grown man and getting upset about HOA rules that you agreed to. It’s truly a mind-boggling situation.


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I doubt the NFL will do anything about this, but it’s just the latest example of Brown allegedly being a distraction.