UPDATE: Antonio Brown Pleads No Contest, Gets Probation

Fox News

By: CJ Lester


Early Friday, former Pittsburgh Steelers star WR Antonio Brown pleaded no contest to charges related to an incident earlier this year involving an altercation with a moving truck driver outside of Brown’s home in South Florida. Brown will have to serve two years of probation, attend an anger management class, serve 100 hours of community service, undergo a psychological evaluation, and follow a restraining order in which he will have to stay away from the truck driver. Also, Brown will not receive a criminal conviction on his record as long as he successfully completes his probation and all of the requirements listed.


Brown’s lawyer, Carson Hancock stated, “Rather than engage in a protracted legal case, Mr. Brown decided to resolve this matter in an expeditious manner in consideration of his family and his football career.”


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