Antonio Brown had 3 straight police visits for 3 different reasons

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The women on the footage claimed they were hired by someone who claimed to be Brown's representative, but they denied taking the money or the gun and mentioned how other people were in the apartment days before Brown left.

According to police, officers were called to Brown's apartment on April 23 for a report of a theft.

Cops obtained surveillance video which showed a cleaning crew entering Brown's place on April 13.

On April 25, police were called again when Brown reported that his black Rolls-Royce had been stolen.

It appears that he is involved in yet another situation, as Brown is being sued for almost hitting a 2-year-old child with items he threw off a balcony at The Mansion at Acqualina located in Miami, according to Jeremy Fowler of ESPN. One of the vases shattered when it hit the ground - about 2 feet from the child, TMZ reported, citing the lawsuit.

You can read the full TMZ report here but the jist is a man named Ophir Sternberg is suing Brown claiming multiple items including large vases and an ottoman came crashing down near his young son almost hitting the boy. Brown was reportedly "extremely agitated" when law enforcement arrived.

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Brown says his 9mm firearm was also gone.

Brown was not arrested in connection to the incident, but officials at the apartment complex told him they would start eviction proceedings against him. Sternberg claims Brown threw them from the apartment balcony and "Mr".

Meanwhile, a second lawsuit has been filed by the landlord over damage to the unit and furniture.

It contends that Brown breached the lease agreement by "destroying, damaging defacing the premises, as well as furnishings and appliances" belonging to the complex.

We reached out to Brown's agent for comment - but haven't heard back.