Antonio Brown's behavior has long stopped being funny, and his increasingly concerning actions has him and one of his associates embroiled in a potential battery case.
Glen Holt, Brown's trainer, was arrested Tuesday for felony burglary and battery after he allegedly assaulted a moving truck driver outside Brown's Hollywood, Fla. home. While Holt is in custody, officers have made an attempt to get in touch with Brown, but he has not acquiesced. Brown has been named as a suspect but he has yet to be officially charged.
The victim claims that both Brown and Holt assaulted him. There were several police cars seen outside Brown's Florida home on Tuesday, though he remains out of custody.
Brown, a seven-time Pro Bowler and four-time First Team All-Pro, recently saw agent Drew Rosenhaus terminate his relationship with him. Brown's neighbors in his Hollywood gated community have reportedly been getting more fed up with his antics, which included him live streaming an altercation with police outside of his house.
The Antonio Brown story, if it wasn't already, is no longer a story about football. It's about a tortured man who is behaving increasingly erratically and is becoming more of a danger to himself and others. His behavior might now in some run-ins with the law.