Antonio Brown Pleads No Contest to Felony Burglary With Battery

Antonio Brown Pleads No Contest to Felony Burglary With Battery

NFL star, Antonio Brown pleaded no contest Friday to a felony burglary with battery charge. He also pleaded the same for two lesser misdemeanor charges related to a January incident.

Brown had an altercation with a moving truck company outside his home in Hollywood, Florida.

Fortunately, Brown will face no jail time, although he will have two years of probation and 100 hours of community service as part of the plea. In addition, he will have to undergo a mandatory psych evaluation and attend a 13-week anger management program.

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