Police Youth League Cuts Ties w/ Ex-NFL’er Antonio Brown, Returns Donation After Explosive Dispute w/ His Baby Mama

Florida Police Youth League Cuts Ties w/ Ex-NFL’er Antonio Brown, Returns Donation After Explosive Dispute w/ His Baby Mama

Ex-NFL star, Antonio Brown, 31, is back in the headlines this week following his antics during an ugly domestic incident outside his home on Monday (Jan. 13th). In the video, which AB live-streamed via Instagram, the Hollywood, Florida Police Department was at the former New England Patriots receiver’s home, allegedly in reference to his white Bentley he claimed his baby mother, Chelsie Kyriss, was trying to steal.

While on scene, Hollywood Police were greeted by the former NFL star with his over-the-top profanity aimed at the officers, dropping a staggering 14 f-bombs in the first 21 seconds of video. As the video continues, Chelsie Kyriss and two young kids took a sit in the back of a police car as AB screams outside of his front door,

“I’m telling you this is my f—–g car.”

AB adds,

“This b—h is broke. She don’t drive Bentleys. Look at her, she’s a f—–g lost cause. Look at her!”

He then takes his frustration out on the officers,

“Get the f—k outta here. Go with the b—ch a—police. Look at the little cop, you wish you could take me you b—h a– n—a.”

Antonio Brown, Chelsie Kyriss

Just two days after AB’s shocking actions on Monday, Public Information Officer Christian Lata says the HPD’s athletic youth league will cut all ties with AB following his online rant. She said in a statement Wednesday (Jan. 15th):

“We made the decision to sever ties between Mr. Brown and the Hollywood Police Athletic League. We did not want our youth to be subject to this type of behavior nor emulate the actions of Mr. Brown.”

Lata adds,

“These incidents have caused an irreparable rift between the Police Department and PAL and Mr. Brown.”

The department and league reportedly plan to return the unemployed wide receiver’s donations as well. Lata writes,

“We will not take money from a donor that we cannot have our youth be proud of or represent our organization.”

As previously reported, AB has been involved in a number of issues throughout the last year, which include sexual harassment claims from former employees, and him lashing out against his former employers and teammates. He also accused the New Orleans Saints of using his likeness for publicity.

To add, prior to his viral domestic issues with his baby’s mother in recent weeks, in early December, AB says he plans to never be involved with anymore white woman. He shared his thoughts on Twitter writing,

“No more white woman, 2020”

What are your thoughts on the police organization’s decision? Let us know in the comments!

Authored by: Gregory Molette