Arrest warrant issued for Antonio Brown after alleged battery incident

What You Need to Know: Antonio Brown

HOLLYWOOD, Fla. — Update 8:20 p.m. EST Jan. 22: Police have issued an arrest warrant for former NFL wide receiver Antonio Brown a day after he and his trainer were allegedly involved in a battery incident outside his home in Florida, according to a report from Yahoo! Sports.

According to police, there was an altercation involving the driver of a moving truck that was parked outside Brown’s Hollywood, Fla. home Tuesday afternoon.

Brown’s trainer, Glen Holt, was arrested for felony burglary and battery following this incident, and now there is a report that there is an active arrest warrant for Brown.

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Original report: Antonio Brown is a suspect in a possible battery and burglary that happened outside his Hollywood, Fla. home Tuesday afternoon, according to a report from ESPN.

ESPN’s Cameron Wolfe reported that Brown’s trainer, Glen Holt, was arrested for felony burglary and battery following this incident, but Brown has not been arrested at this point.

Police said there was some sort of altercation involving the driver of a moving truck that was parked outside Brown’s home. Brown was identified as a suspect but has not been arrested or charged.

The truck driver said he was battered by Holt and Brown. Officers tried to contact Brown but were unsuccessful, according to ESPN.

There was an “active scene” with a large police presence outside Brown’s home near Ft. Lauderdale for a few hours.

Police have ended their working relationship with Brown, rejecting a donation he made to a youth football program put on through the department. Drew Rosenhaus has also ended his relationship with Brown.