It took an arrest warrant, public shaming for Antonio Brown to catch up on child support

AB keeps himself in the news — for all the wrong reasons

Ex-NFL star Antonio Brown continues to make headlines for all the wrong reasons. TMZ is reporting that an arrest warrant was issued to the former Pittsburgh Steelers/Las Vegas Raiders/Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver and current Albany Empire owner for unpaid child support.

A Miami-Dade County (Fla.) judge issued the order on April 14, after Brown allegedly missed payments to his ex Wiltrice Jackson, TMZ said.

However, AB took to Instagram Friday to post what appears to be a $33,260.58 receipt for payment to Florida’s Child Support Program.

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Add this to the list of alleged offenses

As I’m sure you’re already aware, Brown has had more than his fair share of brushes with the law and has displayed overall asshole behavior.

In the past, AB has been arrested and served jail time. He’s had an arrest warrant issued for an alleged domestic battery incident (though it was withdrawn and Brown didn’t face charges.) Brown was allegedly involved in a standoff with Tampa police. He settled a lawsuit accusing him of sexual assault; allegedly exposed himself to a female guest at a Dubai hotel, posted X-rated Snapchat stories, and reportedly posted fake nudes of former teammate Tom Brady’s ex-wife Gisele Bündchen. AB has also been sued by several people, including a personal trainer, a chef, a moving truck driver, and a guy who allegedly sold a counterfeit watch to.

And his recent National Arena League team purchase also came with plenty of drama. AB said he owned 100 percent of the team, which Mike Kwarta, who brought Brown on board as a co-owner in March, refuted. According to the Times Union, Kwarta said he sold his shares to AB for $1. 

Baltimore Ravens WR Odell Beckham Jr accused of assault at Hollywood hotspot

OBJ recently signed with the Baltimore Ravens

New Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. has been named as a suspect in an assault investigation, per a TMZ report, where a woman claims Beckham allegedly put his hands around her neck at a Los Angeles restaurant. However, representatives for the wide receiver and the restaurant’s owner where the alleged incident took place both say the woman’s claim is false.

Los Angeles police state the alleged event happened several weeks ago at Delilah, a West Hollywood restaurant known for being a celebrity favorite, where the 30-year-old Beckham allegedly grabbed the woman’s throat with light pressure. Beckham’s representatives told TMZ they weren’t aware of any investigation and had not been contacted by police. TMZ reports that after the alleged event took place, both the accuser and Beckham stayed at Delilah throughout the evening with no further incidents. However, the woman met with police about Beckham’s alleged actions days later.

John Terzian, who oversees the hospitality group that runs Delilah provided a comment to TMZ about the alleged incident: “We were contacted about an investigation and reviewed the videos, the claim is false. There is no evidence of this person even being in the area where she claims the incident occurred.” Beckham himself has yet to comment on the charges.