Hollywood Police swarmed the home of former Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown on Tuesday, the second time in roughly two weeks that there has been a major incident as his residence.
Public information officer Christian Lata told USA Today on Wednesday that Brown had "locked himself in his house". The move came in the wake of Brown posting a live social-media feed of an encounter with Hollywood police where he used explicit language and called officers explicit names as authorities were responding to a domestic incident at Brown's home.
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While police have not had success contacting Brown, the free agent did send a couple of tweets on Wednesday morning.
According to a report from ESPN's Cameron Wolfe, Brown was under investigation for "possible battery" after Brown and his trainer, Glen Holt, allegedly battered a moving truck driver. Brown was also implicated in the event, and has reportedly walled himself off from society as the investigation continues.
Brown was seen last week on his own Instagram Live shouting at police and the mother of some of his children in an apparent dispute over his vehicle keys. The department later announced its athletic league was returning a donation from Brown and cutting ties with the receiver.
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He was released by the Patriots after sexual and personal misconduct accusations were made against him.
Brown's former trainer Britney Taylor filed a lawsuit against Brown in September accusing him of three separate incidents of rape and sexual assault.
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