Antonio Brown was accused last month by the community in which he lives of destroying a security camera and throwing a bicycle at a security guard on Oct. 15, the Miami Herald reported Monday, citing a police report.
The story went on to say: The Hollywood (Florida) Police decided they had probable cause to charge Brown with criminal mischief, a misdemeanor, but the president of the Hollywood Oaks homeowners association declined to press charges, the Herald reported. According to the report, the president, Sylvia Berman, told police she feared Brown "may retaliate against her employees." Berman told the Herald "we're not afraid" of Brown, but that the Hollywood Oaks board decided the incident wasn't serious enough to press charges and that the now-Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver agreed to fix the camera that was damaged. Brown is currently serving two years of probation stemming from the January incident. Part of his probation involved undergoing a 13-week, anger-management course, along with a psychological evaluation.