Police called to WR Brown's Florida home

Police called to WR Brown's Florida home

Police have arrested Antonio Brown's trainer in connection with a Tuesday incident at Brown's Florida home. Holt was arrested and charged with one count of burglary and battery.

NBC 6 in South Florida cited a news release from Hollywood Police saying officers responded to the home after an "alleged victim" told police he was attacked by Brown and his trainer, identified as Holt. On Tuesday, police tried to contact Brown several times, but they didn't receive a response. Brown is a suspect, but is not now facing charges, ESPN's Cameron Wolfe reports.

The incident reportedly involved the driver and crew of a moving truck that was seen outside of Brown's home.

Officers attempted to make contact with Brown but were unsuccessful, Latta said.

Police expect to provide another update on Brown's status sometime Wednesday morning, according to Wolfe.

It's been a little over a year since trouble started brewing in Pittsburgh after Antonio Brown and Ben Roethlisberger got into a heated dispute that would eventually lead to the wide receiver demanding a trade and the Steelers would ultimately grant his request when they shipped him off to Oakland for a couple of draft picks.

Brown was seen last week on his own Instagram Live shouting at police and the mother of some of his children in an apparent dispute over his vehicle keys.

Brown ended up having a cup of coffee in New England, again stirring the pot to the point of his release, and then going on a public rampage against owner Robert Kraft and other members of the team.

Brown - who is still the subject of an National Football League investigation, due to those rape and sexual assault allegations - has burned all of his second chances at this point.

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