Antonio Brown to Police, Someone Stole $80,000 and My Gun!

Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown runs during the first half of a game against the Baltimore Ravens

Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown runs during the first half of a game against the Baltimore Ravens

According to court documents, Brown is accused of throwing furniture from the fourteenth story balcony of a Florida apartment building.

Brown is being sued both by his landlord over damage to the unit and furniture, and by a man named Ophir Sternberg, whose 22-month-old kid was allegedly almost hit by the falling debris. "I know nothing about it", Steelers coach Mike Tomlin said during his weekly news conference Tuesday. The lawsuit claims that he missed the pair by "a mere foot or two".

The Post-Gazette noted that neither Brown's agent, Drew Rosenhaus, nor the Steelers had a comment on the lawsuit.

The lawsuit claims surveillance footage shows the objects falling from the balcony and landing near the child and man, KDKA-TV reported.

He has until October 11, to respond to the lawsuit.

Sternberg claims his child was terrified and traumatized by the incident - he has night terrors - and he's lucky he wasn't killed or severely injured.

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Sternberg alleges that Brown was then "extremely agitated, active aggressively and yelling" at responding security personnel and police.

Brown, according to the suit, allegedly caused extensive damage to the room in a fit of rage and threw the objects over the balcony.

Brown says his 9mm firearm was also gone.

Both lawsuits were filed in Miami-Dade County in August and seek more than $15,000 in damages.

According to one complaint, Brown damaged a $35,000, fully furnished unit that he began renting in February and refused to pay for the damages.

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