Welcome back to the news, Antonio brown. ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler reports that the competitive wideout is facing three formal charges resulting from a suspected attack in January.
In particular, Brown is faced with “burglary crimes, offense batteries, and criminal accident offenses.”
For verification: A delivery driver claimed that Brown and his trainer attacked him outside of the recipient’s home in Florida. As Fowler notes, “the battery charge states that Brown” actually and deliberately “hit the driver against his will,” while the mischief charge says that Brown “violated” the driver’s property of $ 200 or less. Brown reported to the Florida authorities in late January and was later released on bail.
Realistically, the current coronavirus pandemic could delay the trial and give Brown’s team extra time to “testify and testify”. Alternatively, the state can give Brown the opportunity to negotiate a plea deal. The case is also being examined by the NFL.
It was a relatively quiet off-season for Brown, who is aiming to return to the field. There was rumbling Tom Brady wanted to reunite with the wideout in Tampa Bay, but Buccaneers head coach Bruce Arians has indicated that this is not realistic.
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