Antonio Brown Sued For Allegedly Selling Fake Watch

Antonio Brown Sued For Allegedly Selling Fake Richard Mille Watch For $150K

According to TMZ Sports, Mr. Put It On–better known as–Antonio Brown is being sued for allegedly selling someone a fake Richard Mille watch for $150,000.

Docs obtained by the site, the watch was purchased by Ryan Kane in July and is worth $400,000.

In the suit, obtained by TMZ Sports, Kane says Brown assured him the watch — allegedly an RM 011 model — was real … and said it had a value “in excess of $400,000.

After the purchase, Kane took the watch to an appraiser and found out the watch was fake.

Kane says in the suit that he took it to a watch appraiser to have it authenticated and appraised for insurance purposes — but claims the guy delivered him some bad news while he was there … it was worth only a couple hundred bucks.

Kane stated he found out Brown bought three other fake watches in Dubai for less than $500 each, TMZ Sports reports.

AB Headlines Lately

The free agent was also in headlines last week after a video of the football player in a pool showing his manhood surfaced.

Early Saturday, Antonio Brown quickly began to trend after a video showed that he was bottomless while in a hotel pool. In the video, he could be seen sticking his rear end in a woman’s face, and shortly after, he exposed his manhood as well.

The Post reports that a hotel staffer who requested anonymity said that they had received complaints about AB and his behavior, and shortly after the incident in the pool, he was asked to leave. Some of the complaints made about him also included guests alleging that he ignored the United Arab Emirates dress code customs by showing off his bare chest to guests inside the hotel. It was also believed that the smell of marijuana came from his room, which is against the UAE’s law.

AB took to Twitter and stated:

Roomies, what y’all think about this?


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