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Antonio Brown Owes $1.2M after Florida Assault Lawsuit

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A moving truck driver that sued former Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown in Florida has been awarded a $1.2 million judgements, TMZ Sports reported on Tuesday.

According to TMZ, Brown did not show up for hearings in the case. A jury found Brown liable for over $400,000 in damages and nearly $800,000 in pain and suffering.

Anton Tumanov sued Brown in 2021 after Brown allegedly assaulted him while making a deliver to Brown’s Florida home in Feb. 2020. Brown allegedly hit Tumanov and damaged his truck after Brown refused to pay for the moving service.

Brown was charged criminally, but had the case dropped after agreeing to probation, community service and anger management.

Brown has not played football since quitting on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the middle of a game last season. The assault occurred in 2020, in between Brown’s release, when he allegedly sexually assaulted his former personal trainer.

He ended up being suspended for eight games in 2020 for multiple violations of the league’s personal-conduct policy.

Since leaving the Steelers in 2018, Brown has had numerous legal entanglements. He was sued for throwing furniture from the balcony of his apartment and nearly hitting a child, he was sued by a doctor and a personal chef for non-payment, and was involved in several domestic disputes.

Three weeks ago, Brown made headlines for exposing himself to a female guest in a Dubai hotel pool.

Brown said in May that he wants to retire as a member of the Steelers.

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