Antonio Brown turned himself in to police on Thursday night after an arrest warrant was issued this week stemming from an alleged battery and burglary incident, according to TMZ Sports.
Brown and his trainer, Glen Holt, were reportedly involved in an incident at his Hollywood, Florida, home on Tuesday that involved a driver and moving truck crew parked in front of his home. Brown and Holt alllegedly “battered” the driver of the truck, prompting him to call police.
Holt was arrested that day and charged with one count of burglary with battery.
Brown, though, was apparently uncooperative with police. Initial attempts to contact him were “unsuccessful,” as he reportedly locked himself inside his home. A warrant for Brown’s arrest was issued on Wednesday.
In a 911 call of the incident released by TMZ on Thursday, the man who called stated that he believed Brown was “high” and that he had smoked in front of him before threatening him. The incident reportedly started because Brown refused to pay the moving company.
The incident marks the latest surrounding the former wide receiver in recent months. The 31-year-old played in one NFL game this season with the New England Patriots, but was cut after he was accused of rape in September.
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