Lawyer: "Antonio Brown was extremely noncompliant and flagrantly disorderly, to the point that he frustrated the totality of the proceeding, including tumultuous tirades, defiant rants, use of profane language and refusal to comport himself in a civilized and grown-up manner. Once the deposition started, almost immediately, [Brown] was belligerent and pugnacious, refusing to answer the most routine of questions."
One of the most infamous calendar years in sports history continues to unfurl for disgraced former NFL wide receiver Antonio Brown, who now finds himself entangled in more legal drama.
Brown was facing two lawsuits from a bizarre incident in April of 2018 when Brown allegedly chucked furniture off the balcony of a 14th floor apartment building that nearly hit and killed a 22-month-old toddler and his grandfather.
The lawsuit contends Brown hurled two ‘very large’ vases, an ottoman, and chairs off the balcony that landed only a few feet from the two near-victims.
Lawyers say Brown had some sort of altercation in the condo, and racked up damages totaling over $100,000.
Well, details from the September 24th deposition revealed Brown going nuclear during the meeting, with a lawyer alleging Brown tried to overthrow the proceedings with ‘tumultuous tirades, defiant rants, and use of profane language’ and was refusing to answer any questions.
Brown reportedly was doing outlandish chants and demanding they hear his ‘counterclaim’ that blamed the condo owners for being responsible for a burglary in his apartment that resulted in thieves making off with $80,000 cash from Brown, and even a gun – to which is why Brown apparently went nuts.
Brown also reportedly walked out of the office hours before the deposition was supposed to end after Brown had given a ‘five-minute- warning' to when he was going to storm out – which he then followed through with.
Brown had taken a selfie video before his deposition while walking into the facility and was all smiles as cameras caught up with him exiting as well.
Brown will reportedly have to be deposed again.