According to TMZ Sports, Brown threw a bunch of furniture off the balcony of his 14th story apartment while the toddler and his grandfather were by the pool of the high-end apartment complex. The suit, Ophir Sternberg et.al. v. Antonio Brown, first reported by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, seeks $15,000 in damages for emotional distress.
A rep for Brown did not immediately return a request for comment, TMZ Sports reports.
The women denied taking the cash and the gun - and insinuated it could have been other people who were in the house in the days before Brown left for his trip.
As we previously reported, Brown is being sued by a man who claims Antonio nearly killed his 22-month-old son during his tirade. Sternberg claims Brown threw them from the apartment balcony and "Mr".
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Cops say Brown was not arrested for the incident - but the complex told them they would initiate eviction proceedings to kick him out.
Another lawsuit claims Brown almost hit a 22-month-old child and her grandfather with two vases and an ottoman that he threw out on April 24.
Security and police were called to the scene and, when officers arrived, Brown allegedly was "extremely agitated, acting aggressively, and yelling at security personnel", according to the lawsuit. It says surveillance video clearly shows objects falling from the balcony and almost striking the two people on the ground. When officers arrived, Brown opened the door and stated, "I found the vehicle". "I know nothing about it", Steelers coach Mike Tomlin said during his weekly news conference Tuesday. KDKA-TV reported that a second lawsuit has been filed over the incident by the unit's landlord, charging that Brown damaged the unit and has not paid for damages.
There's been no comment from Brown.