REPORT: Judge Orders Police To Arrest Antonio Brown For Missed Child Support Payments: REPORT

A judge ordered Florida police to arrest former NFL superstar Antonio Brown, TMZ reported Tuesday.

The ruling was issued Aug. 9 after Brown didn’t honor a $15,000 payment that was owed to his ex, Wiltrice Jackson, according to Miami-Dade County court documents obtained by TMZ.

Brown has the opportunity to cancel the order if he pays the money, as well as another $5,000 in lawyer fees, according to the documents.

This is the second time this year a judge has reportedly ordered police to arrest Brown due to unpaid child support. In April, an order was issued for Brown after he didn’t pay $30,000 to Jackson.

Brown paid the debt before he was put into jail.

The ex-couple of Brown and Jackson dated in the beginning stages of the former’s football career, having a daughter together named Antanyiah.

Brown and Jackson have consistently engaged in drama ever since, with the most intense case being in 2019 when Jackson accused Brown of pushing her during a domestic dispute. Brown was never charged for any crime.

A former NFL superstar playing in the league from 2010 to 2021, Antonio Brown suited up for the Pittsburgh Steelers, New England Patriots and Tampa Bay Buccaneers, winning Super Bowl LV with the Bucs in 2021. (RELATED: PGA Golfer Erik Compton Reportedly Arrested After Throwing Wife Into Wall, Police Say)

Brown tallied 12,291 receiving yards and 83 touchdowns total in his career.