Antonio Brown may be in trouble again.
Police on Tuesday surrounded Brown’s mansion in Hollywood, Fla., to investigate the former NFL star for possible battery and burglary, according to multiple reports.
The latest police presence involving the 31-year-old Brown stems from an alleged altercation with a driver from a moving company, TMZ reported, and the free-agent wide receiver is being accused of felony battery and burglary.
Multiple cops reportedly are working to secure a warrant for Brown’s arrest while trying to convince him to “surrender peacefully.”
As of 4:16 p.m ET., there was still an “active scene” at Brown’s house, according to ESPN.
It was just last week that police were at Brown’s home for a domestic dispute. After Brown claimed his ex-girlfriend Chelsie Kyriss tried to steal his car, he threw a bag of gummy penises in the direction of Kyriss and police outside his house.
But ESPN reported that Tuesday’s incident was not believed to be a domestic situation.
Since he last played in an NFL game for the Patriots on Sept. 15, Brown has been embroiled in controversy. The Patriots cut him after he was accused of sexually assaulting his former trainer, Britney Taylor, on three occasions.
Last week, Brown’s longtime agent, Drew Rosenhaus, split ties with him, asking the former Steeler to get help.
Brown paid $6.6 million for the 12-bedroom mansion police surrounded, according to the Sun Sentinel, and it also includes a built-in synagogue. It is located in a gated community, and multiple neighbors told ESPN they’ve been fed up with the constant fuss coming from Brown’s home.