Antonio Brown Found Guilty After His No Show Court Date for Speeding Ticket

By Brandon Wallace

PITTSBURGH, PA – After failing to show up to his court date on Tuesday, Pittsburgh Steelers‘ Pro Bowl wideout Antonio Brown was found guilty of reckless driving according to the county magistrate’s office. The incident originally took place back on November 8, 2018. ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler has more:

Both Brown and Brown’s attorney declined comment afterward, according to WPXI.

It’s been a tough past few months for Brown as he was recently accused of allegedly pushing the mother of his daughter, a separate incident yelling at security, and one more where Brown was seen throwing items off of an apartment balcony.

The Steelers are currently still in the midst of trading Brown, but only time will tell if the two sides are able to resolve their differences.

More to come.


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