According to one complaint, Brown damaged a $35,000, fully furnished unit that he began renting in February and refused to pay for the damages.
According to police, officers were called to Brown's apartment on April 23 for a report of a theft.
All three denied taking anything from the apartment. Sternberg claims Brown threw them from the apartment balcony and "Mr".
A civil lawsuit filed in Miami-Dade County, Florida, charges that Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown threw several objects from a high condominium balcony, very almost hitting a man and his 22-month-old grandson.
Police were called to Brown's apartment AGAIN the very next day, April 25, when Brown reported that someone had stolen his black Rolls-Royce.
The incident was investigated by security personnel, who determined Brown was responsible for throwing the objects.
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The objects, according to the lawsuit, included two large vases, an ottoman and other pieces of furniture - all of which landed within 2 feet of the toddler and his grandfather, including one of the shattered vases.
The security director did not wish to take police action against Brown and stated they would be starting eviction proceedings for him to leave the premises. Then, he closed the door and police left. Brown is being sued both by his landlord over damage to the unit and furniture, and by a man named Ophir Sternberg, whose 22-month-old kid was allegedly almost hit by the falling debris.
Brown, a Miami native in his ninth National Football League season, has until Thursday to respond to the lawsuit, KDKA reports.
An attorney for the landlord said the damages were estimated to be about $100,000.
The Steelers have said they will not be commenting on the situation.
We reached out to Brown's agent for comment - but haven't heard back.