According to a report, the judge has issued a warrant for Antonio Brown's arrest for failing to make his required child support payments.
TMZ claimed on Tuesday that a court issued a warrant for the arrest of former NFL great Antonio Brown in the state of Florida, as The Daily Caller reported.
According to court records from Miami-Dade County that were acquired by TMZ, the judgement was handed down on August 9 after it was determined that Brown had failed to pay his ex-girlfriend Wiltrice Jackson the $15,000 that he owed her.
Florida cops have been ordered to arrest Antonio Brown once again. https://t.co/LauMhzLae4
— TMZ (@TMZ) August 22, 2023
According to the records, Brown may have the order canceled if he pays the money plus an additional $5,000 in attorney expenses. This will allow him to exercise his right to cancel the order.
According to reports, this is the second time in this year that a judge has ordered police to arrest Brown because of outstanding child support payments.
An order was made for Brown back in April as a result of the fact that he had failed to pay Jackson the sum of $30,000.
Brown was able to clear his debt and avoid going to prison by doing so.
Brown and Jackson, who are no longer together but have a daughter together named Antanyiah, dated in the early phases of Brown's career as a football player and had the child together.
Since then, Brown and Jackson have been involved in a never-ending cycle of drama, with the most recent and serious incident being in 2019, when Jackson claimed that Brown had pushed her during a domestic argument.
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Brown was never arrested or charged with a crime of any kind.
Antonio Brown is a former NFL superstar who played in the league from 2010 to 2021. During that time, he donned the uniforms of the Pittsburgh Steelers, the New England Patriots, and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the latter of which helped him win Super Bowl LV in 2021.
Brown finished his career with a total of 12,291 receiving yards and 83 touchdowns to his credit.
TMZ's representatives have attempted to contact Brown's representatives for comment, but as of the time this article was published, they have not received a response.