Antonio Brown, American football wide receiver and rapper’s arrest warrant has been withdrawn on Tuesday after the prosecutors of Florida refused to pursue the footballer’s case.

An arrest warrant was issued on November 29 against Antonio, the chair president of Donda Sports by Tampa, Florida police.

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According to the police, they issued a warrant after a woman accused him of throwing a shoe at her. Antonio and the woman had a verbal argument which later turned into a physical altercation at the footballer’s house. The woman said that Brown threw a shoe at her and even tried to lock her out of the house. This argument took place at approximately 1:30 pm on November 28.

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After the follow up interview on December 16, the State Attorney’s Office informed that the woman later abjured her story in front of them.

So, the former National Football League player will not go behind the bars and is not a wanted person anymore as the prosecution has been terminated.

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According to the notice by the state attorney, Antonio Brown, “the defendant need not appear for any further proceedings in this matter”.

This is not the first encounter of Antonio Brown with the law. Before this case, Brown was arrested and charges of assaulting a truck driver in 2020 were pressed against him. He was instructed to pay an amount of $1.2 million to a Broward County moving truck driver. Although the probation period in this case was of two years, he was terminated a year before the complete probation because of his good behaviour.

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He used to play for the Washington Redskins and the Buffalo Bills. He was traded in 2019 to the Oakland Raiders and became the highest- paid receiver that time in the league. He then became a free agent for a short period in 2019-20 after which he signed a deal with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. He won the Super Bowl LV while playing for the team but was again released in 2021 for running off the field after stripping his uniform off during a match against the New York Jets.

Brown, the 34-year-old footballer is now again a National Football League free agent.