After being a no-show in what may potentially be his last game as a member of the Pittsburgh Steelers, Antonio Brown failed to show up in the court room as well.
On Tuesday, Brown was set to appear in court to face a traffic ticket from back in November. The ticket was for Brown exceeding 100 mph in Ross Township, as seen below:
Antonio Brown gets chased and stopped by police after being clocked going 100 MPH in a 45
— Bleacher Report NFL (@BR_NFL) February 12, 2019
Browns attorney appeared in court alone to face the ticket, as Brown ultimately pleaded guilty to reckless driving in being absent, per court documents. His attorney left the court and provided no statement on the ticket or his client.
Brown did pay $400 in fines for the speeding ticket he received three months ago.
This is just another incident in a long line of bumps in the road for Brown since the last week of the regular season, a road where he’s also zoomed through domestic violence accusations, social media hurdles and everything in-between.