Antonio Brown is back in the news after a warrant for his arrest was issued Thursday afternoon stemming from a late-November domestic violence accusation.
The former Buccaneers' receiver reportedly faces domestic violence battery charges for the incident, which apparently involved the mother of his four children.
Details of the encounter have recently been revealed, and it appears Brown could be facing serious legal trouble.
According to Fox 13's Aaron Mesmer, court documents indicate that Brown locked the mother of his kids out of her house, threw a shoe and threatened to shoot her, and refused to have the Tampa police department come to the scene.
"#DEVELOPING: Former Buc WR Antonio Brown accused of domestic violence. According to court docs, mother of 4 of his kids says he locked her out of her Tampa house, tossed out her belongings, threatened to shoot her, threw a shoe at her, then refused @TampaPD request to come out," Mesmer reported Thursday.
Thursday's arrest warrant issued for Brown adds to the growing list of wild behavior exhibited by the former NFL wide receiver in recent months.
In October, Brown was forced to pay over a million dollars to a truck driver after assaulting him - Brown subsequently pleaded no contest.
A few weeks before that, Brown faced immense backlash after the receiver reportedly exposed himself to a woman at a hotel pool in Dubai.
And, of course, who could forget Brown's infamous incident in his last game as a member of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Apparently expressing frustration over a contract dispute, Brown ripped off his jersey and pads in the middle of the Bucs' matchup with the Jets and walked into the locker room.
Brown hasn't played a snap since the meltdown against New York last season and instead has been working on his career in music.
As of this afternoon, Tampa police are attempting to remove Brown from his home in Florida in order to execute the arrest warrant.