Antonio Brown sued after throwing items from condo balcony

Antonio Brown

Antonio Brown

The workers denied stealing the cash and gun, telling investigators the culprits could have been other people in Brown's apartment during the days before he left town. According to the report, Brown is being sued for an incident where he threw some furniture from a 14th-floor balcony and almost hit a toddler.

Investigators later obtained surveillance video that showed a cleaning crew had entered Brown's apartment at The Mansions of Acqualina on April 13.

Brown's 9mm handgun was also gone, according to the police report.

Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown is being sued for throwing his furniture out from his 14-story apartment and almost killing a toddler in April. When officers arrived, Brown was yelling at security "telling them he thinks they set him up". A glass coffee table was broken along with other items.

A guardian of a 2-year-old boy is suing Brown for "intentional infliction of emotional distress and assault" after items flung from the 14th floor of The Mansions at Acqualina almost hit the child, according to Miami-Dade County court filings.

The pool area suffered minor damage from Brown throwing objects off the balcony as well.

Cops say Brown was not arrested for the incident - but the complex told them they would initiate eviction proceedings to kick him out. The following day, police again returned to the complex after Brown said someone had stolen his black Rolls-Royce.

Both lawsuits were filed in Miami-Dade County in August and seek more than $15,000 in damages.

That lawsuit contends Brown breached the lease agreement by "destroying, damaging defacing the premises, as well as furnishings and appliances" belonging to the plaintiff.

We reached out to Brown's agent for comment - but haven't heard back.