An arrest warrant was issued for Brown's arrest on Wednesday after a delivery driver said the wide receiver attacked him over a payment dispute outside of his Hollywood home, Tuesday.
It did not take long for Antonio Brown's downfall to shift from comedic to tragic.
As he started to drive away, the driver said Brown threw a rock at the truck and dented it.
A large police presence showed up at Brown's home after a 911 call around 2 p.m., but police said they were not "successful" in locating Brown, who did not face charges at the time. The only reason Brown wasn't arrested earlier is because he locked himself in the house and refused to speak to the police.
She also described a second alleged incident "later that same month", in which Brown is said to have stood behind her while she was watching television, masturbated without her knowledge and then "ejaculated on her back".
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The victim said he suffered injuries, including scratches to his neck, shoulder and forearm, and a cut on the tip of his finger, according to the complaint. No attorney was listed for him in online court records.
The wide receiver played nine seasons with the Pittsburgh Steelers before being traded to the Oakland Raiders previous year. But he quickly wore out his welcome, and Oakland released him before the 2019 season started.
He was released by the Raiders and subsequently signed and released by the New England Patriots. Taylor has also filed a civil suit against Brown.
In her lawsuit, Taylor says Brown "preyed" on her "kindness" and "religious devotion" by pretending to share her faith.