Police seeking warrant for Antonio Brown’s arrest for battery and burglary


National Football League wide receiver Antonio Brown's trainer was arrested Tuesday following accusations that he and Brown attacked another man near Brown's Florida home, authorities said.

Public information officer Christian Lata told USA Today on Wednesday that Brown had "locked himself in his house".

Police were initially called to Brown's home on Tuesday after the victim accused him and his trainer, Glen Holt, of battery outside the residence, ESPN reported.

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Authorities are investigating Brown's possible involvement after a driver of a moving truck claimed Brown and his trainer battered him, according to authorities.

Brown was not charged in connection with Holt's battery, but he was named as a suspect.

Brown has not been arrested or charged, but police say the investigation is active. On Tuesday, police tried to contact Brown several times, but they didn't receive a response.

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This comes just days after Brown recorded himself hurling obscenities and vulgarities at the mother of his children and cops who were at his home.

After burning bridges in Pittsburgh, Brown was traded to the Oakland Raiders where he made a stink over his helmet, eventually blowing that situation so far our of proportion that they, too, cut their losses and sent him packing.

Brown was seen last week on his own Instagram Live shouting at police and the mother of some of his children in an apparent dispute over his auto keys. He played one game for the New England Patriots but was released after sexual assault allegations surfaced against him.

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Last week, Brown's former agent Drew Rosenhaus announced he had "conditionally" terminated his relationship with Brown until the wide receiver sought professional help.