PITTSBURGH – Male broad receiver Antonio Brown has been convicted of guilty driving after the failure to appear for his court proceeding Tuesday, according to county justice's office.
According to a police incident report, Steelers carried Antonio Brown using both hands to push his daughter's mother to the ground last month.
In a short message from the Super Bowl in his first public appearance since the team's timing was over, Steelers WR Antonio Brown said he wanted to win and
The police mentioned Brown November 8 because supposedly driving a black Porsche more than 100 miles per hour through Ross Township, Pennsylvania. Officials are looking for a possible suspect from a bank robbery when they find Brown.
Brown was paid $ 426.77 in fines and had 30 days to appeal to such a decision, according to the magistrate.
Brown's lawyer was denied afterwards, according to WPXI. The fearless driving conviction in Pennsylvania can result in fines, a suspended license and up to 90 days in jail.
That night, Brown got the touchdown on 52-21 wins against the Carolina Panthers. He defended a comment soon after this game, and on his way to the locker room, he told teammates that he would not get caught.
Brown faces many legal cases in South Florida, where he was born and raised. Last month, Brown rejected her daughter's mother on the ground after she refused to leave her hairdressing property for a daughter's appointment, according to a Hollywood police report. The mother did not want to hit the charges, and Brown was looking for her daughter's custody, family lawyer Jaclyn Soroka told ESPN. Legal lawyer Darren Heitner called the allegations "baseless and not true." In NFL and Steelers are investigating the matter.
In October, Brown faces two lawsuits from an April incident where Brown allegedly shouts security and discards items on the balcony of the apartment, according to documents obtained of ESPN. Both cases are in the process of being resolved.
Steelers was considering the Brown trade after he failed to show for a Saturday walk-through on Sunday 17.