Former Buccaneer wideout Antonio Brown got himself into hot water with his jeweler.
Antonio Brown has made headlines for everything from taking his shirt off to Tom Brady in a moment of pure insanity, and the latest headlines continue to show the wide variety that was once promised.
The former Pittsburgh Steelers And Tampa Bay Buccaneers Wide receiver He is accused of being owed more than $1 million for the piece of jewelry he received in 2022.
The jeweler, Shuki International, has a long-standing association with high-profile athletes, and Brown accessorized with diamond studs and a white gold chain, among other jewels.
According to TMZBrown allegedly did not pay nearly $1.095 million for the jewelry.
For those who don’t believe in karma or things coming full circle, get this: Brown allegedly owes $1 million on jewelry. In the year In the 2021 season, while Brown was still with the Bucs, there were several incentives built into his contract that would pay him a nice bonus. Just how much bonus? Approximately $1 million.
Antonio Brown was charged after accumulating $1 million in debt
During his tenure with the Bucs, Brown finished with eight receptions, 55 receiving yards, and one total contract incentive of $999,999 for the 2021 season.
Brown’s target accomplishments are listed as 50 receptions, 600 yards and five touchdowns. In seven games, he caught 42 catches for 545 yards and one touchdown.
If only he hadn’t taken his shirt off….then-Bucs QB Tom Brady taking it public on social media didn’t help his fate either. Spilling his private conversations with BradyAll Brown revealed was how much Brady wanted Brown to succeed in Tampa Bay and what a great friend Brady was to him.
Brady may be more than happy to help out his teammate if the Browns are in financial trouble at the jeweler.
Two years later, Brown left 1 million dollars and withdrew from it completely NFL.
We, for one, hope that Antonio Brown’s biography will be turned into a film like Uncut Gems , but with more reckless behavior and anxiety-inducing drama. And more importantly, we hope Brown gets the help he needs.