Antonio Brown arrives at a deposition for a lawsuit alleging that he has destroyed his apartment of $ 35,000 per month
Former NFL recipient Antonio Brown arrived Tuesday morning in an office building in Miami for a statement in a lawsuit claiming that he had destroyed an apartment of $ 35,000 per month in 2018.
Dressed in a black tracksuit, Brown noted his entry on his cell phone as he walked past lawyer Darren Heitner and agent Drew Rosenhaus – both defended their client in the midst of a separate lawsuit accusing the free agent of sexually abusing his personal trainer in 2017 and 2018.
Brown has denied any violation in both lawsuits.
His former condo owners claim that Brown destroyed the property between February and July 2018, damaging expensive furniture as well as walls and floors, many of which reportedly had to be replaced.
In recently revealed security images obtained by Miami WSVNFurniture can be seen in the swimming pool of one of the apartments above. The station reports that Brown was the one who threw the furniture off the balcony of the apartment.
Antonio Brown arrived in an office building in Miami on Tuesday morning for a statement in a lawsuit claiming he destroyed an apartment of $ 35,000 per month in 2018
& # 39; The landlord went back inside and it seemed that there had been a really big college party in the unit & # 39 ;, said lawyer George Minski, as quoted by CBS Pittsburgh. & # 39; Furniture was crooked, walls were broken, doors were broken, mirrors were broken, lamps were turned over, scratches on the floors. This is a furnished unit with bespoke furniture, leather sofas, silk love seats, very luxurious furniture, appliances, and there is damage in every room. & # 39;
Landlords are looking for compensation, including rent that was lost while the device was being repaired.
Brown reacted last year with his own counterparty and claimed that his apartment had been broken into in April of that year due to a lack of security on the property.
The board of the flat at The Mansions in Acqualina asked Brown to leave the apartment after he found that his behavior violated the rules of the association.
In a related but separate lawsuit, Brown was also sued by a family who alleged that he nearly crushed their 22-month-old child when he threw the aforementioned furniture from his balcony in the Miami apartment.
Allegedly Brown reached an agreement with the family and put money into the child's university fund, in addition to making a donation to a charity.
Tuesday's deposition was only the last in a turbulent month for the former All-Pro.
Brown agreed to a $ 15 million one-year deal with the Patriots on Sept. 7 within hours of his non-ceremonial release in Oakland, where he argued with Raider's CEO Mike Mayock about fines.
Just a few months earlier, Mayock had bought Brown from the Pittsburgh Steelers in a barter and signed him for a $ 50 million three-year extension, making him the best-paid recipient in the NFL. That contract was canceled after a heated confrontation with Mayock in early September, prompting Brown for his release, which the Raiders quickly issued.
Days after his arrival in New England, Brown was sued by his former personal trainer, Britney Taylor, for claims of rape and sexual abuse.
Although he played for the Patriots in their week 2 win over Miami and received a touchdown pass from quarterback Tom Brady, Brown was released on Friday after it was announced that he had sent threatening messages to another woman who had also accused him of sexual misconduct .
The second prosecutor has not sued Brown or filed a complaint.
Since his release, Brown announced his retirement on Sunday, he stated his intention to take online classes at his former university, Central Michigan University, and mocked Patriot's owner Robert Kraft on social media because he remained unpunished after his arrest for prostitution.
& # 39; Kraft became entangled in the salon's AB speculations and clearly shot several people off different strokes, & # 39; wrote Brown in a tweet that has since been removed with a photo of Taylor, the former trainer of the broad receiver who accuses him in a lawsuit about rape and sexual violence.
ESPN reported that Brown will file a complaint with the NFL Players & # 39; Association hoping to recoup its $ 9 million signing bonus from Kraft.
However, ESPN also reports that, regardless of the statement in that complaint, Brown cannot expect anything from Kraft, who is still angry about the big problems.
& # 39; Kraft never writes [is] that check, regardless of what the statement is now & # 39 ;, a league source told ESPN's Adam Schefter after Brown Kraft targeted the tweet removed since.
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