On Tuesday, just days after Antonio Brown was arrested on charges of battery and burglary, and subsequently released with conditions, a judge ruled to remove a few of his restrictions.
The troubled baller turned himself in on Thursday and was released on a $110,000 bond on Friday. Although he was originally confined to house arrest on an ankle monitor, and ordered to undergo a mental health evaluation and drug and alcohol testing, the judge allowed for a few adjustments for contractual purposes.
According to local news in Miami, Broward County Circuit Judge Michael Usan, granted Brown the opportunity to travel in order to fulfill contracts with both ESPN and Kevin Hart. However, he can not leave the country.
In addition, the judge said Brown could remove his ankle monitor and be released from house arrest, but must call in daily to pretrial services.
Brown has been charged with one count of burglary with battery, one count of burglary of an occupied conveyance and one count of criminal mischief, which could carry a possible life sentence.