Antonio Brown is in serious trouble with the law right now and for the first time in a while doesn’t want to broadcast his life.
The currently unemployed wide receiver went to court and faced a judge on Friday morning after being accused of allegedly throwing rocks at a moving company truck and then attacking the driver over a dispute regarding the payment for a scheduled delivery at his Hollywood, Fla. home.
During his hearing Brown was seen wearing an anti-suicide smock and was ordered to pay a 100K bond, will be required to get GPS monitoring, release his passport and guns, undergo and a mental health evaluation.
Brown is facing charges of felony burglary with battery, burglary of an unoccupied conveyance and criminal mischief less than $1,000. He turned himself in on Thursday to Broward County Jail, where he spent the night.
The felony with battery charge is the most serious of the offenses and can be punishable by up to life in prison.
After his hearing, the media waited for Brown outside the courtroom but the troubled wide receiver tried to avoid speaking to them by running away. Unfortunately for Browm, he ran the wrong way and was forced to walk back towards them.
It’s been that type of week for AB.