Antonio Brown posts apology to Hollywood, Fla., police after multiple incidents

Antonio Brown tried to make amends with police in Hollywood, Fla., on Friday.

He posted an apology on Instagram to the Hollywood Police Department about three weeks after he shouted obscenities at officers who responded to a domestic dispute between Brown and the mother of his five children (Brown recorded the tirade on video), and a week after he surrendered on an arrest warrant stemming from a dispute with the driver of a moving truck.

Brown also made an indirect reference to the department returning a donation Brown made to the department’s athletic league football program. 

To everyone who I may have offended or Disrespected at the @hollywoodflpd Of the state of Florida, I would like to sincerely give you all my apology from the top and bottom of my heart, And as a human being and an professional athlete I can honestly say that my emotions truly did cloud my better Judgment, When you all were only there to help me. Thanks to you all who sincerely accept my Sincere apology. And we must all know that God is a Forgiving God. P.S The “PAL”Youth League, I’m looking to working with you all again in the near future.

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BROWN ARREST: What to know about charges, timeline 

Brown is facing three charges after he and his trainer, Glenn Holt, allegedly assaulted the driver and threw rocks at the truck after refusing to pay a $4,000 charge to the driver for delivery of some of Brown’s belongings from California. Brown was charged with felony burglary with battery, burglary of an unoccupied conveyance and criminal mischief, per ESPN.com.

The former Steelers, Raiders and Patriots wide receiver is free on a $110,000 bond. He is being monitored with a GPS device. The felony charge carries a potential life sentence.

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