After Antonio Brown turned himself into the Broward County authorities on Thurday night, his attorney said that there would be a bond hearing on Friday morning.
Former NFL wide receiver Antonio Brown was released from Broward County Jail on bond Friday morning under multiple conditions, according to Andy Slater of Fox Sports 640.
Among the conditions are that Brown must wear a GPS monitor, surrender his passport, and undergo a mental health evaluation.
All of this stems from an incident on Tuesday outside of Brown’s home in Hollywood, Fl. in which Brown and his trainer, Glenn Holt, got into a heated exchange that turned physical with a delivery driver.
It all began when Brown, who was having goods delivered from California, refused to pay the $4,000 moving fee, which resulted in the driver attempting to leave with the 31-year-old’s belongings still in the truck. Brown then threw a rock at the truck, denting the driver’s side door and causing paint chipping. The driver called the police to report the damage.
Brown definitely needs to have a mental health evaluation. He needs help right now.