Antonio Brown Subject Of Another Arrest Warrant For Child Support Payments

A judge has ordered Florida police to arrest former All-Pro wide receiver Antonio Brown for a missed child support payment.

TMZ has obtained court documents showing that a ruling was issued on Aug. 9, from Miami-Dade County. Brown missed a $15,000 child support payment to ex-girlfriend, Wiltrice Jackson. If Brown pays the outstanding amount, plus an additional $5,000 in court fees, the order will be rescinded. 

This marks the second time this year that Brown has been a wanted man for failing to pay child support. In April, he owed $30,000 to Jackson and avoided jail time by making the payment.

Jackson, who is the mother of one of Brown’s daughters and dated the ex-NFL star in the earlier stages of his career, accused him of shoving her to the ground in a 2019 domestic dispute. No charges were filed against him.

In 2022, an arrest warrant was issued for Brown after allegations of throwing a shoe at another woman he shares children with. However, the victim recanted her story, and the arrest warrant was canceled.  

Brown, who is now the co-owner of the Albany Empire National Arena League football team, has four sons and two daughters by three different women. 

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