One day after taking to Twitter to rant about the NFL, Antonio Brown walked into the Miami-Dade County courthouse for a deposition.
Wearing white socks with sandals, blue suit shorts, a large gold chain and dark sunglasses on a rainy and overcast Thursday morning in Miami, the former wide receiver didn’t speak to Local 10 News reporter Christina Vazquez as he entered the courthouse about an hour-and-a-half late.
Brown was back in court for a deposition that had to be rescheduled after he was “noncompliant and flagrantly disorderly” during a previous deposition earlier this year, an attorney for the South Florida landlord who is suing him said in an Oct. 2 motion.
George Minski, who represents the owner of a condo at the Mansions at Acqualina in Sunny Isles Beach, claims Brown’s Sept. 24 deposition was tarnished with “tumultuous tirades, defiant rants, use of profane language and refusal to comport himself in a civilized and grown-up manner.”
Once the deposition started, “almost immediately” Brown was “belligerent and pugnacious, refusing to answer the most routine of questions, despite there being no objection to the questioning coming from his counsel,” Minski wrote.
Instead of answering the questions, Brown repeatedly chanted, “as if a mantra, a narrative of his own warped concept of the proceeding, namely” that the discussions should involve Brown’s counterclaim, Minski wrote.
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