NFL Star Wide Receiver Antonio Brown Charged with Assaulting Moving Truck Driver in Florida

By  //  April 4, 2020

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BROWARD COUNTY, FLORIDA (FOX NEWS) – NFL wide receiver Antonio Brown was formally charged in the alleged assault of a moving truck driver outside his Florida home back in January, reports say.

Brown is facing felony burglary conveyance, misdemeanor battery and misdemeanor criminal mischief charges for a Jan. 21 incident where he and his trainer allegedly assaulted a truck driver outside his Hollywood home over a money dispute, ESPN reported, citing Broward County court documents from Mar. 20.

Police responded to the 31-year-old’s home after a moving truck driver, hired to move Brown’s belongings from California to his Florida home, accused the free-agent and his trainer, Glenn Holt, of attacking him and causing damage to the truck.

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