35-Year-Old Antonio Brown Spotted Partying At A Frat House

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Antonio Brown posted a video to his Twitter account on Wednesday night that saw the former NFL wide receiver partying at what appears to be a frat house.

The video, which Brown captioned with the hashtag #Talahassee, suggests that perhaps he’s at a Florida State University frat house. Brown and the group of college-aged men are singing Brown’s song “Pit Not The Palace”

Brown also captioned the photo with the letters “CTE”, which many NFL fans believe his brain is suffering from. According to AB, however, CTE stands for “CacththeEnergy”.

The 35-year-old Brown was last seen in the NFL storming off of the MetLife Stadium field during the Bucs’ matchup against the New York Jets in 2021.

Since then, Brown has been embroiled in numerous controversies, legal situations, and strange viral moments, with the latest of which being his posting a video of a woman with what can only be described as a snake tongue licking Brown’s jewel-incassed finger.

Before Brown became largely known for his disturbing antics, he was considered to be the best wide receiver in the National Football League when he was with the Pittsburgh Steelers from 2010 to 2018.

After 2018, however, Brown began to act increasingly erratic, which resulted in him playing in just one game during the 2019 season, as he was cut by both the then-Oakland Raiders and the New England Patriots following a string of allegations.

In the following years, Brown’s legal troubles would continue to mount due to instances of alleged sexual assault, felony burglary of a vehicle, misdemeanor battery, misdemeanor criminal mischief, indecent exposure, failure to pay child support, posting sexually explicit videos on his Snapchat, and more.

All told, during his 11-year NFL career, Brown won one Super Bowl title in 2020 with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and compiled 928 catches for 12,291 yards and 83 touchdowns. His best season in the NFL came in 2016 with the Steelers, which saw him post 129 catches for 1698 yards and 13 touchdowns.