Brown a suspect in battery investigation at Florida home
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Police are investigating Antonio Brown as a suspect for a possible battery after an incident that took place Tuesday at his home in Hollywood, Florida, according to ESPN.

The incident involved a moving truck and workers, a police spokesperson told ESPN. Brown's trainer, Glen Holt, has been arrested for felony burglary and battery, according to Cameron Wolfe of ESPN. Police unsuccessfully attempted to contact Brown, and the investigation remains ongoing, adds Wolfe.

Brown has had several run-ins with authorities in recent months. Last week, he verbally berated officers who were responding to an incident between him and the mother of his children. The Hollywood Police Department's athletic league then severed ties with Brown and returned a financial donation he'd gifted.

In September, a sexual assault lawsuit was filed against Brown by his former trainer. Another woman also accused him of sexual misconduct.

Brown's longtime agent, Drew Rosenhaus, conditionally terminated their partnership last week until the free-agent wide receiver agrees to seek counsel.

Brown, a seven-time Pro Bowl wideout, appeared in one game in 2019 because of off-field issues. The 31-year-old is a free agent.

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