Antonio Brown's Arrest Warrant Withdrawn, Won't Face Charges Over Alleged Battery


The arrest warrant issued for former NFL player, Antonio Brown was on Wednesday, December 21, withdrawn. 


The Police had issued a warrant for Brown's arrest in November after a woman accused him of throwing a shoe at her during a violent incident on November 28 at a home in South Tampa.

In a statement issued by the state attorney's office on Wednesday, it was revealed that the alleged victim recanted her story to them during a follow-up interview on December 16.


Following the woman's new statement, prosecutors said they "determined we could not prove beyond a reasonable doubt a battery took place."


The statement added; 


"As a result, a letter of release was issued, which formalizes the SAO's decision not to prosecute and withdraws the previously issued arrest warrant."

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