Former NFL player Antonio Brown has received a two year probation sentence after pleading no contest in his truck driver battery case hearing on June 12, 2020.
By pleading no contest, Brown is accepting punishment without formally admitting guilt to the crimes.
In January, Brown was accused of attacking a truck driver that was delivering furniture to his home in Hollywood, Florida.
The full altercation caught on dash camera can be seen below.
Brown faced multiple charges, including burglary, battery and criminal mischief.
Brown received no jail time and will not have a felony record.
The judge has ordered Brown to undergo a psychological evaluation and a 13-week anger management course. He has been ordered to stay away from both of the victims involved in the case. He must also complete 100 hours of community service. Brown is still allowed to travel nationwide for work under the terms of his probation.
Brown has recently hinted at trying to return to the NFL but is still under review.