Raiders’ Brown returns to Pittsburgh for court hearing

Antonio Brown briefly returned to Pittsburgh for some unfinished enterprise.

The Raiders large receiver was in town Tuesday and posted a video to his Instagram from the Allegheny County Courthouse ahead of a summary enchantment hearing regarding his guests stop from last yr.

Brown was found accountable of reckless driving in February and compelled to pay over $400 in fines after failing to make his court look in Pittsburgh. He had initially been cited for driving over 100 mph in November, though the distinctive value was moved to a lesser value at Tuesday’s hearing.

According to court paperwork, he is now accountable for driving at a safe velocity and is likely to be required to pay a high-quality.

Brown was moreover involved in a house dispute in Florida in mid-January, police say, though no costs had been filed and he has since filed for custody of his daughter inside the wake of the alleged incident.

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