Antonio Brown’s public downfall continues to unfold, which is unfortunate given his status as one of football’s most talented receivers in history.
He played a pivotal role in the Tampa Bay Buccaneers winning a second Lombardi Trophy in 2020.
However, just as he burst onto the scene with the Pittsburgh Steelers in 2011, he made an equally dramatic exit from the Buccaneers in 2021 and has since vanished from the football scene.
Despite leaving the NFL abruptly, he manages to stay in the national spotlight, usually for negative reasons. The latest report reveals that a Florida judge has ordered Antonio Brown’s arrest for unpaid child support.
Court documents from Miami-Dade County state that this ruling was issued on August 9th because Brown didn’t make a $15,000 payment to his ex-wife, Wiltrice Jackson.
Cops Ordered To Arrest Antonio Brown Again Over Unpaid Child Support https://t.co/hhvIe6jNox
— TMZ Sports (@TMZ_Sports) August 22, 2023
Unfortunately, this marks the second time this year that Brown has faced legal trouble for failing to meet his child support obligations, having previously missed a $30,000 payment in April.
It’s indeed disheartening to witness the steep decline of someone who was once a superstar athlete.
What’s even sadder is that despite earning millions in his career, Antonio Brown doesn’t seem willing to prioritize supporting his own children through these payments.