NFL WR Antonio Brown turned himself into Florida police on Thursday. Then on Friday morning he made his first court appearance, stemming from charges of burglary with battery, burglary of an unoccupied conveyance, and criminal mischief. The video from court shows Brown in an “anti-suicide smock,” a garment that is unable to be fashioned into a noose...


Brown was granted bail.

(The Spun)
Filed Under: NFL
Originally published on TigerDroppings.com

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17 Comments
I think he has something on Hillary!
Reply8 months
Looks like he bout to do a remake of California love
Reply8 months
Its odd, he's so quiet in this video. Typically he's going on and on about his money, cracka arse bitches, fricking the Police and throwing bags of dicks at people. I wonder what changed?
Reply8 months
Racist punk. Karma bitch.
Reply8 months
I wish the saints would have signed him! We would be in the super bowl!
Reply8 months
You high Clark? That guy would have gone Columbine on your starting offense before the play offs started.
8 months
He would have never made it to the Superdome
8 months
Oh no! The openly racist trash can is suicidal :( I care.
Reply8 months
And of course he gets a white woman Judge right after having his "no more white woman" album last month with 20 white women in the video! Classic. Dude just couldn't be happy playing with the Steelers catching 15 tds, 1,500 yards and 120 balls from Big Ben for the next five years. Maybe I'm just bitter because I've had him on my dynasty team for 7 years.
Reply8 months
$100k bond. It's like they're good with him committing suicide, just not on their watch.
Reply8 months
"an" anti-suicide..........
Reply8 months
Looks more like a "pickle suit". What they put on hard-to-control inmates.
Reply8 months
Need details on that judge tho
Reply8 months
I think they should take the smock off and give him some long, thick shoelaces.
Reply8 months
Finally, an official mental health evaluation. Put on paper what we already know.
Reply8 months
So he won’t be Epstein’ed? Just asking
Reply8 months
For our sake, it's a shame
8 months
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