Antonio Brown arrives at deposition for lawsuit claiming he destroyed his $35,000-a-month apartment

Former NFL wide receiver Antonio Brown arrived at a Miami office building on Tuesday morning for a deposition in a lawsuit claiming he trashed a $35,000-a-month apartment in 2018.

Dressed in a black track suit, Brown recorded his entrance on his mobile phone while walking alongside attorney, Darren Heitner, and agent, Drew Rosenhaus – both of whom have defended their client amid a separate lawsuit accusing the free agent of sexually assaulting his personal trainer in 2017 and 2018. 

Brown has denied any wrongdoing in both lawsuits.

His former condo owners are claiming that Brown destroyed the residence between February and July of 2018, damaging expensive furniture as well as the walls and flooring, much of which allegedly needed to be replaced.

In recently revealed security footage obtained by Miami’s WSVN, furniture can be seen falling into the Mansions at Acqualina pool from one of the apartments above. The station reports that Brown was the person throwing the furniture off the apartment balcony. 

Residents can be seen scrambling for cover as three or four sizable pieces of furniture rained down around them.  

There were no reported injuries, although a family did sue Brown claiming his projectiles nearly landed on a 22-month-old child. The two sides in that case have reportedly settled. 

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Antonio Brown arrived at a Miami office building on Tuesday morning for a deposition in a lawsuit claiming he trashed a $35,000-a-month apartment in 2018

Antonio Brown arrived at a Miami office building on Tuesday morning for a deposition in a lawsuit claiming he trashed a $35,000-a-month apartment in 2018

Antonio Brown arrived at a Miami office building on Tuesday morning for a deposition in a lawsuit claiming he trashed a $35,000-a-month apartment in 2018

Dressed in a black track suit jacket and jeans, Antonio Brown recorded his entrance on his mobile phone while walking alongside attorney, Darren Heitner (right), and agent, Drew Rosenhaus (left) - both of whom have defended their client amid a separate lawsuit accusing the free agent of sexually assaulting his personal trainer in 2017 and 2018

Dressed in a black track suit jacket and jeans, Antonio Brown recorded his entrance on his mobile phone while walking alongside attorney, Darren Heitner (right), and agent, Drew Rosenhaus (left) - both of whom have defended their client amid a separate lawsuit accusing the free agent of sexually assaulting his personal trainer in 2017 and 2018

Dressed in a black track suit jacket and jeans, Antonio Brown recorded his entrance on his mobile phone while walking alongside attorney, Darren Heitner (right), and agent, Drew Rosenhaus (left) – both of whom have defended their client amid a separate lawsuit accusing the free agent of sexually assaulting his personal trainer in 2017 and 2018

Brown responded with his own countersuit last year, claiming his apartment was burglarized in April of that year because of a lack of security on the premises

Brown responded with his own countersuit last year, claiming his apartment was burglarized in April of that year because of a lack of security on the premises

The condo board at The Mansions at Acqualina (pictured) asked Brown to vacate the apartment after determining that his behavior violated the

The condo board at The Mansions at Acqualina (pictured) asked Brown to vacate the apartment after determining that his behavior violated the

His former condo owners are claiming that Brown destroyed the residence between February and July of 2018, damaging expensive furniture as well as the walls and flooring, much of which allegedly needed to be replaced. The condo board at The Mansions at Acqualina (right) asked Brown to vacate the apartment after determining that his behavior violated the association’s rules. Brown responded with his own countersuit last year, claiming his apartment was burglarized in April of that year because of a lack of security on the premises

‘The landlord went back in, and it looked there had been a real large college party in the unit,’ said attorney George Minski, as quoted by CBS Pittsburgh. ‘Furniture was askew, walls were broken, doors were broken, mirrors were broken, lamps were turned over, scratches on the floors. This is a furnished unit with custom furniture, leather sofas, silk love seats, very high-end furnishings, appliances, and there’s damage in every room.’    

The landlords are seeking damages, including rent that was lost while the unit was being repaired.  

Brown responded with his own countersuit last year, claiming his apartment was burglarized in April of that year because of a lack of security on the premises.

The condo board at The Mansions at Acqualina asked Brown to vacate the apartment after determining that his behavior violated the association’s rules.  

In a related-but-separate lawsuit, Brown was also sued by a family who claims he nearly crushed their 22-month-old child when he threw the aforementioned furniture off his balcony at the Miami apartment.

Brown reportedly reached an agreement with the family and put money in the child’s college fund in addition to making a donation to a charity.

In recently revealed security footage obtained by Miami's WSVN , furniture can be seen falling into the pool (pictured) from one of the apartments above. The station reports that Brown was the person throwing the furniture off the apartment balcony

In recently revealed security footage obtained by Miami's WSVN , furniture can be seen falling into the pool (pictured) from one of the apartments above. The station reports that Brown was the person throwing the furniture off the apartment balcony

In recently revealed security footage obtained by Miami’s WSVN , furniture can be seen falling into the pool (pictured) from one of the apartments above. The station reports that Brown was the person throwing the furniture off the apartment balcony

A pack of reporters were on hand to shoot Brown's arrival on Tuesday morning

A pack of reporters were on hand to shoot Brown's arrival on Tuesday morning

Brown recorded his arrival at the Miami office building and posted his footage on Instagram

Brown recorded his arrival at the Miami office building and posted his footage on Instagram

Brown recorded his arrival at the Miami office building and posted his footage on Instagram 

ESPN reported that Antonio Brown will file a grievance with the NFL Players' Association in hopes of recouping the $9 million signing bonus he lost when he was released in New England

ESPN reported that Antonio Brown will file a grievance with the NFL Players' Association in hopes of recouping the $9 million signing bonus he lost when he was released in New England

ESPN reported that Antonio Brown will file a grievance with the NFL Players’ Association in hopes of recouping the $9 million signing bonus he lost when he was released in New England

Brown, a native of Miami, arrived at the deposition with agent Drew Rosenhaus (left), who has refused to say if the Patriots were aware of the imminent rape allegations against his client. Rosenhaus has admitted that both he and Brown knew of the possibility of a lawsuit

Brown, a native of Miami, arrived at the deposition with agent Drew Rosenhaus (left), who has refused to say if the Patriots were aware of the imminent rape allegations against his client. Rosenhaus has admitted that both he and Brown knew of the possibility of a lawsuit

Brown agreed to a one-year, $15 million deal with the Patriots on September 7 within hours of his unceremonious release in Oakland, where he quarreled with Raiders general manager Mike Mayock over fines

Brown agreed to a one-year, $15 million deal with the Patriots on September 7 within hours of his unceremonious release in Oakland, where he quarreled with Raiders general manager Mike Mayock over fines

Brown, a native of Miami, arrived at the deposition with agent Drew Rosenhaus (near left, far left), who has refused to say if the Patriots were aware of the imminent rape allegations against his client. Rosenhaus has admitted that both he and Brown knew of the possibility of a lawsuit

Antonio Brown has been accused in a lawsuit of raping his former trainer, Britney Taylor (left)

Antonio Brown has been accused in a lawsuit of raping his former trainer, Britney Taylor (left)

Antonio Brown has been accused in a lawsuit of raping his former trainer, Britney Taylor (left)

Tuesday’s deposition was just the latest in a turbulent month for the former All-Pro.

Brown agreed to a one-year, $15 million deal with the Patriots on September 7 within hours of his unceremonious release in Oakland, where he quarreled with Raiders general manager Mike Mayock over fines.

Just months earlier, Mayock had acquired Brown from the Pittsburgh Steelers in a trade and signed him to a three-year, $50 million extension, making him the highest-paid receiver in the NFL. That contract was voided after a heated confrontation with Mayock in early September, prompting Brown to request his release, which the Raiders quickly provided.

Days after his arrival in New England, Brown was sued over claims of rape and sexual assault by his former personal trainer, Britney Taylor.

Britney Taylor

Britney Taylor

Antonio Brown

Antonio Brown

Britney Taylor, 28, (left) was the first to come forward to accuse Brown (right) of sexual assault and rape, filing a lawsuit the day after he signed with the Patriots

Although he played for the Patriots in their Week 2 win over Miami, catching a touchdown pass from quarterback Tom Brady, Brown was released on Friday after it was revealed he texted threatening messages to another woman who had also accused him of sexual misconduct.

The second accuser has not sued Brown, nor has she filed any charges.

Since his release, Brown announced his retirement from football on Sunday, declared his intention to take online classes at his former college, Central Michigan University, and ridiculed Patriots owner Robert Kraft on social media for going unpunished following his arrest for solicitation of prostitution.

‘Kraft got caught in the parlor AB speculations fired different strokes different folks clearly,’ Brown wrote in a since-deleted tweet that included a picture of Taylor, the wide receiver’s former trainer who is accusing him in a lawsuit of rape and sexual assault.

ESPN reported that Brown will file a grievance with the NFL Players’ Association in hopes of recouping his $9 million signing bonus from Kraft.

However, ESPN is also reporting that regardless of the ruling in that grievance, Brown shouldn’t expect a dime from Kraft, who remains upset with the troubled wideout.

‘Kraft [is] never writing that check, no matter what the ruling is now,’ a league source told ESPN’s Adam Schefter after Brown targeted Kraft in the since-deleted tweet. 

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