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Antonio Brown, A Former NFL Player, Was Jailed For Allegedly Neglecting To Pay Child Support

According to the police, Brown was granted freedom after paying a bail of $15,000 and was released from detention.

According to the court records, an arrest warrant was issued for Brown one week ago for the alleged violation of a child support arrangement that he had with Wiltrice Jackson, the mother of his oldest daughter.

Brown is the father of two daughters.Brown was reportedly freed from detention shortly after posting bail for $15,000, as reported by the police to the media.

According to a story that was published on Sunday in the media, Jackson said that the former player for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers owed more than $30,000 in child support.

“I do want him arrested,” she reportedly told the journalists. “Because, right now, he’s making a mockery out of the judge, out of everything, because he feels like he’s untouchable,” she said. “Because he feels like he’s untouchable.”

The former National Football League player has a history of courting controversy and getting into problems both on and off the field in the past.

Brown was the subject of an arrest warrant issued by Florida law enforcement in 2022 due to charges of domestic abuse. After some time, the charges were dismissed.

Since January 2022, when the Tampa Bay Buccaneers fired him for tearing his jersey off and storming off the field during the team’s game against the New York Jets, he has not participated in any games in the National Football League (NFL).

Because he lied about his COVID-19 immunization status in 2021, he received a suspension from the Buccaneers that kept him out of the lineup for three games.

In the year 2020, Brown, who was a free agent at the time, was given an eight-game suspension by the NFL for several infractions of the league’s conduct code.

After getting into an argument with the driver of the moving truck, he was arrested on suspicion of burglary with violence, burglary of an unoccupied conveyance, and criminal mischief.

These charges were brought against him. He entered a plea of no contest and was placed on probation for two years.

In addition, a complaint was filed against Brown in 2019, alleging that his former trainer had sexually assaulted him. He first rejected the claim but eventually settled the case.

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Written by Anthony Peters