Scandal receiver Antonio Brown caused the next scandal shortly before he joined the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. It is to concern thereby around damage to property in the proximity of the residence of Brown.
Around star receiver Antonio Brown does not want to stop even after his comeback in the NFL for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers off the field. General Manager Jason Licht recently emphasized that Brown’s commitment in Tampa is only on probation.
Bucs knew before committing allegations
The aforementioned incident is said to have occurred on October 15th in a gated community in Florida where Brown’s luxury home is located. According to the police report, the 32-year-old allegedly destroyed a surveillance camera at the entrance to the housing estate and threw his bicycle at the security guard’s hut.
The chairwoman of the gated community is said to have refrained from pressing charges at first because she feared Brown would “retaliate against her employees,” according to the “Miami Herald. According to the police report, they could well have charged Brown with property damage.
Since he signed with Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers two weeks later, they were informed of the incident in advance: “We knew about the reported situation around Antonio Brown even before he was hired,” the Bucs said in an official statement.
“When he joined us, we made it clear to him what we expect and demand from him in return,” the Buccaneers are quoted by “ProFootballTalk” as saying, “So far, he has met all our expectations of him.
Therefore, it is not to be assumed that Brown will have to expect a penalty from the Bucs. However, whether he will be sanctioned by the NFL for his behavior, as he is on probation after his eight-game suspension has expired, is still unclear.