Former NFL wide receiver Antonio Brown officially turned himself in to Broward County Police on Thursday night, accompanied by friends, after police issued a warrant for his arrest earlier this week, according to TMZ Sports.
Brown, who has been no stranger to drama in a string of troubling and disturbing incidents this past year, allegedly threw rocks at a moving company truck and then attacked the driver over a dispute stemming from payment for a scheduled delivery at his Hollywood, Florida mansion on Tuesday.
Brown will reportedly be facing charges of burglary with battery and burglary of an unoccupied conveyance, as well as one count of criminal mischief, and will be facing a judge sometime on Friday morning.
Additionally, Brown’s trainer, Glenn Holt, was arrested for his role in the alleged incident as it is believed that he injured the driver along with Brown. Brown was not arrested at the same time as Holt because Brown locked himself in his house and refused to come out.
Holt was released on bond on Wednesday.