Antonio Brown throws 'bag of d--ks' at police during dispute ...
Enraged that his ex Chelsie Kyriss allegedly tried to steal his car, disgraced NFL wide receiver Antonio Brown lashed out at Kyriss — with whom he has three kids — and police by throwing a bag of gummy penises in their direction outside his home in Hollywood, Fla., footage on social media shows.
“Bag of d–ks for the d–ks,” Brown said in a video he streamed on his Instagram.
Police arrived Monday morning after Brown claimed Kyriss tried to “steal” a Bentley after getting clothes for their kids. Brown, 31, says Kyriss has been evicted from his house and went on a profanity-filled tirade toward Kyriss and police as cops went back and forth looking for information.
“She’s f–king trash, take the trash to jail,” Brown says at one point. He also called Kyriss, who appears calm throughout Brown’s Instagram videos, a “broke a– whore” and calls the police “pussies” for not taking the action against Kyriss he was hoping for.
“Hollywood police and I need a meeting unless I’m going to show their track record of my injustice consistently,” Brown later tweeted.
Brown has been out of the NFL since he was cut by the Patriots in September. Brown’s former trainer, Britney Taylor, accused him in a civil lawsuit of sexually assaulting her on three occasions. Those claims came to light three days after Brown struck a deal with New England on Sept. 7 — the same day Brown was cut by the Raiders.
After a report said Brown sent “intimidating” text messages to a second woman who accused Brown of sexual misconduct, Brown was cut. He has since been on a social-media frenzy in which he has ripped the NFL and Robert Kraft, among others, and also tried to get back in the Patriots’ good graces. Last month he had a workout with the Saints, but the team wasn’t interested in signing Brown until the NFL provided clarity on its investigation into the sexual assault claims. Brown ripped the Saints for what he believes was a “publicity stunt.”
During the incident Monday morning, Brown said, “F–k the NFL, this is real life.”