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Watch: Antonio Brown Sits For Depo In Condo-Trashing Case, Wild Furniture-Throwing Video
September 24, 2019
The video of Antonio Brown’s furniture-throwing scandal at The Mansions condo complex is out now. The superstar wide receiver has been involved in too many scandals lately, and he is also accused of rape and sexual assault.
But, this video got us confused. What really happened in that condo? In the video, we can see people running for safety.
If you think that Brown spends his day doing nothing, you are wrong. The wide receiver arrived into a Miami office to sit for a deposition in a lawsuit where he is accused of destroying a luxury apartment.
The owners of The Mansions at Acqualina in Miami sued Brown of damaging the $35k-per-month condo and not paying for it. The wide receiver stayed at the place from Feb. 2018 to July 2018.
In this lawsuit, the owners say they found damaged furnishings, including “a leather couch, silk-covered sofas and appliances.” According to them, Brown damaged the walls and flooring terribly, and the whole place needed a paint job.
Brown denied the accusations and promised to prove his innocence. He filed a counterclaim against the owners, noting that his unit was targeted by burglars in April 2018 due to the poor security at the place. He filed multiple police reports saying the burglars entered his condo and stole $800K in cash and a 9 mm firearm.
The wide receiver arrived for his deposition on Tuesday morning. His agent, Drew Rosenhaus, was there, too. Brown was also accompanied by his attorney, Darren Heitner.
The superstar wore black tracksuit and was all smiles. He even recorded media members waiting for his arrival. Yes, he didn’t really look worried.
We remember the name of the place because it’s actually the same place where the receiver was accused of throwing furniture in 2018 and almost hitting a 22-month-old child.
The family sued Brown. They say the piece of furniture missed the kid and the grandfather by “a mere foot or two.”
Brown and the family agreed to a settlement, and the receiver put money in the child’s college fund. He also donated money to a charity. Hopefully, this won’t happen again.
Radmila graduated with a degree in Translation & Interpreting. She is an NBA and NFL writer for The Ball Zone, and has been covering popular sports topics for several years. A loyal Lakers fan, she puts energy into reporting big roster moves, potential trades, on-court-accomplishments, and off-court rumors.