Brown arrived at Broward County Jail around 10pm local time and his lawyer indicated the former New England Patriot would spend the night in jail.
Brown, who was dressed in a baby blue and black suit with a bright green and white jacket underneath, was accompanied by his lawyers and entourage.
Brown's bond was set at $100,000 for the felony burglary with battery charge, with the total bond for the three charges being $110,000. Brown's trainer has also been arrested. As a result, he is facing charges of burglary with battery and burglary of an unoccupied conveyance, as well as one count of criminal mischief.
Holt was released after posting a $20,000 bond on Wednesday. The driver called police and reported vandalism after he said Brown threw a rock as he drove away, causing a small dent and chipping the paint, an officer wrote. TMZ Sports has learned the National Football League star just arrived at a Florida jail after police issued a warrant for his arrest earlier this week.
According to the police report, a dispute arose regarding Brown allegedly refusing to pay $4,000 for the driver to release his household goods.
Brown paid the $ 4,000, but refused to pay the extra amount, and the driver got back in the truck to leave. The driver then called the police.
"Brown stepped up into the cabin of the vehicle and started to physically grab and pull (the driver)", while Holt "entered the vehicle and grabbed the keys from the ignition", police said.
According to TMZ, Brown turned himself in to police after a warrant for his arrest was issued following an altercation in his home.
He was traded to the Oakland Raiders in 2015 yet launched prior to ever before playing a normal period video game complying with numerous off-the-field events.
He was released by the Patriots after sexual and personal misconduct accusations were made against him. "Brown denies each and every allegation in the lawsuit".
Also in September, Brown was accused of raping and sexually assaulting his former trainer, Britney Taylor, between 2017 and 2018. The driver returned after his company told him Brown would pay the $4,000 fee.
Brown was not initially arrested following the incident.
Brown's agent, Drew Rosenhaus was apparently fed up with the drama, and terminated his services with the receiver, according to CBS Sports. CNN's attempts to contact Brown's representative were not immediately successful.