Antonio Brown live-streams testy police visit to pick up his child's clothing

Blake SchusterYahoo Sports Contributor
Add another chapter to Antonio Brown's wild, sordid year. (Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images)
Add another chapter to Antonio Brown's wild, sordid year. (Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images)

The ongoing saga of Antonio Brown’s post-NFL life continues to play out in public.

On Saturday, Brown took to his Instagram account to live-stream a visit to his south Florida home by local police in what appears to be an attempt to recover clothing for his children at the request of their mother.

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Citing local law enforcement sources, TMZ reports the police were requested by the mother of Brown’s three children as a “civil standby” and that Brown hadn’t committed a crime and wasn’t under arrest.

That didn’t stop Brown from claiming he was being harassed as he handed over the clothing. The former wide receiver repeatedly cursed at police and his former partner for having been visited by the cops on multiple occasions.

Brown retreated inside his home while arguing that police were invading his privacy.

The live-stream ended with Brown lobbing more expletives at the officers outside his home.

Since being cut by the New England Patriots in late September, the 10-year NFL veteran has routinely taken to social media to vent his frustrations and lob insults at the myriad people who he feels have wronged him.

Brown’s attention turned to his former partner Chelsie Kyriss on Saturday, tagging her father in a tweet lamenting the police presence at his home.

Hours before the police arrived at his home, Brown again tweeted a rebuttal to those criticizing his penchant for posting his personal controversies on social media.

It doesn’t appear Brown has any plans to tamper down what and when he posts for public consumption.

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