NFL wide receiver Antonio Brown has turned himself in to police in Florida on a warrant on burglary and criminal mischief charges.
Brown and his trainer are facing charges stemming from an incident with a moving truck company.
Brown turned himself in at the Broward County Jail, his attorney, Eric Schwartzreich, told NBC News late Thursday. He will be held on no bond and is set to appear in court Friday, when Schwartzreich expects bail to be set at $20,000, the same as for Brown’s trainer.
“I think it’s much ado about nothing. We anticipate that charges will be dropped or he will be acquitted of all charges,”
“Mr. Brown’s not guilty of a misdemeanor, let alone a life felony,”Schwartzreich said.