Cops swarm NFL star Antonio Brown's Florida home 'following reports of a battery' 

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Embattled NFL free agent Antonio Brown is being investigated for battery and burglary by Hollywood, Florida police.

Officers arrived at the former Pittsburgh Steelers star's mansion on Tuesday afternoon, but did not immediately place him under arrest or charge him with any crime.

Police - Battery - Place - ESPN - Incident

Police suspect some battery has taken place, but according to ESPN, the incident is not believed to be a domestic dispute.

Meanwhile, TMZ is reporting that Brown has been accused of battery and burglary stemming from an altercation with a moving company truck driver.

Officers - Scene - Brown - Warrant

Officers on the scene are reportedly trying to get Brown to surrender peacefully while they attempt to obtain a warrant.

A moving truck can be seen outside Brown's home in one picture posted on Twitter, as well as aerial footage from local station WPLG.

Hollywood - Florida - Police - Daily - Mail

Hollywood, Florida police did not immediately respond to the Daily Mail's inquiries.

Brown has been involved in several publicized incidents at his Florida home. Most recently police were called to handle a dispute between himself and the mother of his children.

Brown - Candy - Woman - Officers - Obscenities

Brown ultimately recorded himself throwing ****-shaped candy at the woman and the officers while yelling obscenities.

The local police athletic league responded by returning a donation from the decorated NFL receiver.

Brown - Agent - Drew - Rosenhaus - Ties

Since then, Brown's agent Drew Rosenhaus has severed ties with him, reportedly telling the NFL Players Association that he will not work with Brown until he gets professional help.

Furthermore, attorney Darren Heitner has confirmed to the Daily Mail that he removed himself as counsel for Brown in the lawsuit alleging that the former Steelers star caused damages to a condominium he was renting in Florida.

Pro - Bowl - Selection - Steelers - Brown

A seven-time Pro Bowl selection with the Steelers, Brown was traded over the off-season to the Oakland Raiders, who made him the highest-paid receiver in football with a three-year, $50 million extension.

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