Antonio Brown has a court date Tuesday in South Florida for a lawsuit filed against him alleging the now former NFL WR of tossing furniture out of his 14th-story Sunny Isles condominium in April of 2018.
Furniture and couch cushions flying down from 140 feet up at The Mansions at Acqualina had to be dodged by patrons enjoying their time at the pool below, patrons that included an elderly man and a toddler.
Brown was sued by the child’s family and reached a settlement of contributing to the kid’s college fund and donating to a charity.
Security camera video of the incident has now surfaced.
Brown, who leased the place from Feb. 2018 to July 2018, is also being alleged to have destroyed the interior of the condo, destroying furnishings that included leather couch, silk-covered sofas and appliances.
The Mansions at Acqualina also noted the unit had to repainted due to the damage, damage that was never paid for by Brown.