AceShowbiz - Antonio Brown has found himself at odds with Hollywood Police amid his dispute with his ex Chelsie Kyriss. The professional football player has been lashing out against the department after some officers were involved in his latest domestic dispute with his baby mama.
On Monday, January 13, officers responded to Antonio's home as he and Chelsie were feuding over the ownership of a Bentley. During the outburst that he aired on Instagram Live, the 31-year-old launched a profanity-laden tirade at his ex-girlfriend while she spoke to police with their children nearby.
Following the incident, Hollywood Police announced their athletic league has severed ties with the athlete. Claiming that Antonio was "very rude and disrespectful" and used "degrading language" in front of his young children, police spokesperson Christian Lata wrote in a statement, "These incidents have caused an irreparable rift between the Police Department and PAL and Mr. Brown."
He explained, "We did not want our youth to be subject to this type of behavior nor emulate the actions of Mr. Brown." The authorities additionally declared, "This league was not dependent on his donation or involvement. We will not take money from a donor that we cannot have our youth be proud of or represent our organization."
Apparently hurt by the police's statement, Antonio then tweeted, "Hollywood police and I need a meeting unless I'm going to show their track record of my injustice consistently." He added in another post, "Canceled my 7 on 7 league for the kids at the Hollywood pal park then returned my check to me on video at the park while telling me if I come back it’s trespassing."
A Twitter account dedicated to translating Antonio's tweets then explained what the athlete, who is known for his confusing sentences, meant with the second post. "The police cancelled my 7 on 7 football league that I run for kids at the park. Then they had the audacity to return the money i earned to me at the park on camera while telling me that if I come back to the park they would arrest me for trespassing," so it explained.
The former Pittsburgh Steelers star also appeared to take a dig at his ex Chelsie with a cryptic tweet which read, "lil baby think she signed to touch money nah baby ain't no free lunch." The translator account then rephrased his tweet, "lil baby think she signed to touch money nah baby ain't no free lunch."