Antonio Brown Sued for Allegedly Throwing Furniture Off Balcony, Nearly Hitting Toddler

Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown runs during the first half of a game against the Baltimore Ravens

Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown runs during the first half of a game against the Baltimore Ravens

Following the incident, police were called and it was determined the items came from Brown's apartment. "Mr".

Police in Sunny Isles Beach returned to Brown's apartment a day later on April 24 after getting reports of the Miami native throwing large objects - including two vases and an ottoman - off his balcony, almost hitting and killing a toddler and his grandfather, who were nearby, according to a civil lawsuit filed by Ophir Sternberg.

Antonio Brown is being sued over an incident that occurred in April in Florida in which he was allegedly so agitated that he was throwing furniture off his 14th-floor balcony.

The lawsuit also alleges that Brown became belligerent with authorities, once they arrived at the scene.

Another lawsuit claims Brown almost hit a 22-month-old child and her grandfather with two vases and an ottoman that he threw out on April 24.

Police were called on April 24, following the balcony incident.

According to one complaint, Brown damaged a $35,000, fully furnished unit that he began renting in February and refused to pay for the damages.

TMZ reports that AB is being sued by Ophir Sternberg, the father of the child, who claims that very large vases, a heavy ottoman and other pieces of furniture landed within a mere foot or two from the toddler and his grandfather.

On April 25, Brown called police to report that his black Rolls-Royce was stolen.

The security director did not wish to take police action against Brown and stated they would be starting eviction proceedings for him to leave the premises.

"I found the auto", Brown told responding officers.

The Steelers have said they will not be commenting on the situation.

Brown's attorney, Darren Heitner, declined to comment when reached by The Post.

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