Antonio Brown Arrest Warrant Withdrawn, Will not Face Fees After Alleged Battery
Antonio Brown will not be thrown behind bars over an alleged battery in any case … officers stated Wednesday the ex-NFL star’s arrest warrant has been withdrawn — and he is now not going through legal costs.
Police had issued the warrant for Brown’s arrest again in November … after a lady accused the previous soccer participant of throwing a shoe at her throughout a violent incident on Nov. 28 at a house in South Tampa.
However, the State Lawyer’s Workplace stated Wednesday the alleged sufferer recanted her story to them throughout a follow-up interview on Dec. 16.
Following the girl’s new assertion, prosecutors stated they “decided we couldn’t show past an affordable doubt a battery befell.”
“In consequence,” the SAO stated, “a letter of launch was issued, which formalizes the SAO’s choice to not prosecute and withdraws the beforehand issued arrest warrant.”
It is massive information for 34-year-old Brown — who’s nonetheless an NFL free agent — as prosecutors stated he was probably going through a felony cost over the preliminary allegations.