Back in April of 2018, former Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown was accused of throwing furniture off the balcony of his apartment complex.
Now, a year later, Oakland Raider WR Antonio Brown has settled the furniture throwing lawsuit…
CelebNSports247.com reports that the Oakland Raider WR Antonio Brown, who arrived for his first day of offseason workouts, took care of his legal responsibilities.
If you recall, Antonio Brown went into a violent rage back in April and threw a bunch of furniture off the balcony of his 14th story apartment nearly killing a 22-month-old toddler.
Well, it looks like the case has been closed.
TMZ reports that it’s all furniture under the bridge now since sources connected to the case revealed that both sides agreed to a settlement and the lawsuit will not be moving forward.
The terms of the settlement are confidential but we’re told both sides are happy with the resolution.
The timing couldn’t be better for Brown…today was the first day of training camp with the Oakland Raiders. It’s best to start the next chapter with a clean slate and no lawsuits hanging over his head.
OK, there is one more thing he has to do, and that is deal with the lawsuit by the owners of the apartment complex. They are still suing Brown for allegedly trashing the place during his time as a tenant.
AB has done a lot over the last few years.
All he needs to do these days is catch footballs!
Watch as Antonio Brown arrives for his first day of offseason workouts: