Antonio Brown sued after throwing items from condo balcony

Aubrey Yates
October 9, 2018

According to court documents, Brown is accused of throwing furniture from the fourteenth story balcony of a Florida apartment building.

Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown tossed furniture from the balcony of his 14-story apartment building in April, almost killing a 22-month-old toddler, a lawsuit claims.

Brown has until Thursday to respond to Sternberg's lawsuit after filing for an extension in September.

Brown has not commented, CBS Pittsburgh reports. The lawsuit claims that he missed the pair by "a mere foot or two".

Amnon Sternberg was "immediately terror stricken and ran away crying hysterically", and "severely traumatized by the incident, crying for hours on end the day it occurred and was unable to sleep that night", the suit said. It says surveillance video clearly shows objects falling from the balcony and almost striking the two people on the ground.

Following the incident, police were called and it was determined the items came from Brown's apartment. "Mr".

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Brown also caused extensive damage to his own unit "in a fit of rage", the lawsuit says.

TMZ Sports has obtained multiple police reports involving the Pittsburgh Steelers star - and it paints a picture of a man who was REALLY pissed off after returning to Florida after an 11-day trip.

Both lawsuits were filed in Miami-Dade County in August and seek more than $15,000 in damages.

The landlord has filed a second lawsuit over damage to the unit and furniture.

The Steelers also declined to comment on that litigation.

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