​Ummm....what? Of ALL the controversies surrounding the Pittsburgh Steelers this year, this one HAS to take the cake. Forget ​Le'Veon Bell's interminable holdout. Forget Mike Tomlin appearing to lose control of the locker room. Forget ​Antonio Brown not showing up to work a couple weeks ago.

Because now, the star wideout could be in even bigger trouble based on a lawsuit that was filed in Miami-Dade County.

The alleged incident happened on April 24, which details some bizarre occurrences at the Mansions at Acqualina, an upscale condominium complex just north of Miami Beach. Apparently, Brown was the culprit in the scenario where "large objects started to fall from the building many floors above and crashed to the ground," per a recent report. Those objects -- vases, a large ottoman and other pieces of furniture -- came frighteningly close to Ohpir Sternberg and his 22-month-old grandson. 

By the way, that furniture was flying down from 14 floors above.

The lawsuit also states a number of other things that will not help Brown in his case. There's apparently a surveillance video that can show what happened and Brown was said to have caused damage to his unit in addition to "acting aggressively and yelling at security."

Steelers fans, the drama isn't over quite yet.