Antonio Brown Allegedly Sells Fake Watch, Faces Lawsuit

A man filed a lawsuit against Antonio Brown in the state of Florida, alleging that the NFL free agent sold him a phoney Richard Mille watch for $160,000 dollars.

Ryan Kane is of the assumption that Brown was aware that the watch he sold on July 27 was a fake when he made the transaction.

According to a well-known publisher, Brown informed Kane that the RM 011 model was worth more than 400,000 dollars.

In the lawsuit, obtained by a publication, Kane says he discovered the watch was fake after taking it to a watch appraiser for insurance purposes.

Kane allegedly stated in the lawsuit that Brown purchased the watch for less than $500 from a dealer in Dubai.

But Kane isn't the first person to sue Brown. His personal trainer and cook also sued NFL free agent for not paying them.

"Antonio Brown and his attorney have chosen to ignore Pena's claim for unpaid trainer services on purpose."

Brown has also been in the news recently for a couple of other events, including exposing himself in a hotel pool in Dubai.

Then, he shared a selfie of himself and Gisele Bundchen as a dig at Tom Brady, who is reported to be divorcing the model.