But on Wednesday, prosecutors with the Hillsborough County State Attorney’s Office stated that no charges would be filed in the case, and the warrant for his arrest has been cancelled.
"Following a complete review of all the available evidence, the State Attorney’s Office (SAO) determined no charges will be filed as a result of an incident involving Antonio Brown that took place on November 28, 2022," said a release from the State Attorney’s Office.
Brown refused to come outside of the home and TPD failed to serve the arrest warrant on multiple occasions.
While on the lam, Brown continued to post to his social media accounts, mostly plugging his newish rap single "Put That Shit On."
However, prosecutors now say that after a review of body cam footage from the incident they could not confirm that a battery had actually occured.
“The SAO analyzed this new information along with the body-worn camera video recorded at the scene, the Child Protective Services investigation, and the denial of a law enforcement’s Temporary Risk Protection Order and determined we could not prove beyond a reasonable doubt a battery took place.”
The Tampa Police Department also released a statement today. “stands firmly in its decision to thoroughly investigate this case.”