Antonio Brown Ordered To Appear In Court By Miami Judge As Part Of Civil Lawsuit


Antonio Brown has a host of off-field issues, that much we know.

But it looks like there may be more than meets the eye, which, realistically, shouldn’t be that surprising.

Brown on Monday was ordered by a Miami judge to appear for a deposition Tuesday morning, according to The Athletic’s legal analyst Daniel Wallach. The deposition is part of a civil lawsuit which alleges Brown “trashed a multi-million dollar condominium he was renting in early 2018.”

Brown’s meeting will not be held in a courthouse, but at the offices of the court reporter, per Wallach.

The All-Pro wideout previously was accused of throwing furniture off a balcony of the Florida condominium, but this lawsuit pertains to the damage done inside the apartment only. Brown and his attorney have delayed this deposition to the point where the court order was needed.

As for his former team, Bill Belichick says the New England Patriots have moved on from the erratic wide receiver.

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