Video Shows Antonio Brown Running Out of Jail After Posting Bail, but He Goes the Wrong Way

During a court hearing, the former NFL star, who makes an appearance in anti-suicide smock, has been ordered to go through drug and alcohol testing as well as mental health evaluation.

AceShowbiz - Antonio Brown just wants to have some peace after spending a night behind the bars. He was released from Broward County Jail on Friday, January 24 after posting his bond and wasted no time to get out of the place to avoid reporters waiting outside. Little did he know, he ran in the opposite direction and it was all captured on camera.

Rocking a turquoise suit, he was accompanied by his attorney, Eric Schwartzreich, who told reporters that he had advised his client not to make any public comments about his arrest. Brown then bolted down the stairs outside the building and began running into the parking lot of the courthouse, only to be told that he was going the wrong way.

Brown initially ignored him before circling back and scolding his attorney, "Go get in the car, bro. I don't need you to tell me anything. Get in the car." He then repeated, "Get in the car, I don't need you acting like my chaperone."

Brown is facing charges of felony burglary with battery, burglary of an unoccupied conveyance and criminal mischief stemming from a Tuesday incident outside his home in which he allegedly assaulted a moving truck driver. He turned himself in on Thursday, January 23.

During a court hearing on Friday morning, Brown made an appearance in handcuffs and a jail-issued anti-suicide smock. Following a lengthy back and forth between his attorneys and the prosecution, he is now required to wear a GPS monitor and turnover his passport and firearms. In addition to that, Brown has been ordered to go through drug and alcohol testing as well as mental health evaluation.

However, his attorney believes that Brown isn't mentally ill. "I don't think there's any mental health issues with him," Schwartzreich said. "Antonio Brown's life right now is a reality show. He is misinterpreted and misunderstood. He's not guilty of these charges. He did not commit a felony battery. In this case, when all the facts come out, you will see he will be vindicated and he will be found not guilty."

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