(WBZ NewsRadio) — Antonio Brown was granted bail after appearing before a Florida judge on burglary charges Friday.
Brown turned himself in at the Broward County Jail around 10 p.m. Thursday night after police there issued a warrant for his arrest on charges of burglary with battery, burglary of an unoccupied conveyance, and criminal mischief.
He's been ordered to undergo a mental health evaluation, and will be able to post a bond at $110,000. He'll also be required to be monitored by GPS, will release his passport and guns, and go through random drug and alcohol testing.
The charges stem from an alleged assault on a moving truck driver who was transporting items from a home in California to Brown's home in Hollywood, Florida on Tuesday.
Police say Brown and his personal coach refused to pay the driver, and then damaged the delivery truck with a rock. When the driver came back, Brown allegedly assaulted him.
Eventually police were called, but Brown refused to come out of his home.
Speaking to CBS reporters, Brown's attorney Eric Schwartzreich said the NFL free agent was "innocent of these charges."