Miami judge orders Antonio Brown appear for deposition Tuesday as part of civil lawsuit unrelated to recent allegations

Ryan Hannable
September 23, 2019 - 11:49 am

Another day, another negative story relating to Antonio Brown.

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The former Patriots receiver has been ordered by a Miami judge to appear for a deposition Tuesday morning in Miami. This is part of a civil lawsuit that alleges he trashed a multi-million dollar condominium unit that he was renting in early 2018.

The deposition will be videotaped.

According to Daniel Wallach of The Athletic, the deposition was scheduled for May, but Brown sought a protective order, which was was denied in late August. Brown's attorney then cited Brown's “crazy schedule” to delay the deposition, which ultimately led to to a contempt motion and the order filed Monday.

Of course, this is unrelated to the recent allegations of sexual assault and rape in a lawsuit filed by Britney Taylor, or also the other sexual misconduct incident claimed by an artist. Brown allegedly sent the artist threatening text messages last week, which ultimately led to his release by the Patriots.

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