Antonio Brown Ordered To Pay $1.2 Million To Moving Truck Driver After Alleged Attack

It looks like former NFL player, Antonio Brown, will have to cough up $1.2 million to Anton Tumanov, a moving truck driver he allegedly assaulted in 2020, TMZ Sports reports. 

Tumanov filed a lawsuit against Brown last year for the alleged attack that took place in 2020. Brown allegedly assaulted Tumanov during a dispute they had about payment for services. Tumanov said he suffered

“severe bodily injuries,”

as well as damage to his truck. Brown was charged with

“burglary with battery, burglary of an unoccupied conveyance and criminal mischief”

for the alleged incident and pleaded no contest. He received probation and community service. A Broward County jury ruled in favor of Tumanov. Despite Brown’s absence from the hearings he is ordered to pay $1.2 million in damages. According to court records obtained by TMZ, Brown is liable for

“$793,000 for the driver’s past and future pain and suffering plus $407,000 for medical expenses both already incurred and forthcoming.” 

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