• Police report says Brown shoved woman in dispute over haircut money

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    HOLLYWOOD, Fla. - Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown is accused of shoving the mother of his daughter. 

    According to a police report out of Hollywood, Florida, that domestic dispute took place at Brown's home last month. 

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    Channel 11 obtained the report which says Brown shoved the mother of his daughter when she showed up at his house to drop the girl off and asked to be reimbursed for the girl's haircut.

    According to the report, Brown and the woman got into a verbal argument. She told police he used his hands to push her out of the doorway, causing her to fall backwards to the ground. The woman said her wrist was injured and was scraped during the fall.

    After the incident, the woman said she took her daughter and left Brown's house.


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    When interviewed by police, the woman told officers she did not want to provide a statement and did not want charges to be filed.

    Brown has not been charged in the incident. 

    Steelers spokesperson Burt Lauten told Channel 11, "We were made aware earlier today of the alleged incident involving Antonio Brown last month in Florida. We are still in the process of gathering information, consequently we have no further comment at this time.

    Brown has had a number of issues over the past year.

    He was benched for the final game of the season against the Cincinnati Bengals after he didn’t show up to the team’s walk through. Since then, several members of the Steelers organization have reached out to Brown but have not heard back. That’s led to trade rumors.

    Brown was pulled over on McKnight Road in November for going more than 100 mph.

    Last summer, Brown was sued for allegedly throwing furniture off of a high-rise balcony in South Florida, nearly hitting a toddler. According to police reports, one day before that incident, Brown reported $80,000 and a handgun had been stolen from the same apartment.


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