The women denied taking the cash and the gun - and insinuated it could have been other people who were in the house in the days before Brown left for his trip.
It's becoming clear why Antonio Brown freaked out and threw furniture off his 14th story balcony - the National Football League superstar had told police someone jacked $80,000 cash and a gun from his apartment!
This dates back to an incident that occurred back in April at the location where Brown allegedly yelled at a security and threw several items from an apartment off the balcony.
Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown runs during the first half of a game against the Baltimore Ravens.
According to a lawsuit obtained by TMZ Sports, Antonio Brown is being accused of almost killing a toddler in April when he threw furniture off the balcony of his 14th-story apartment after becoming upset.
Another lawsuit claims Brown almost hit a 22-month-old child and her grandfather with two vases and an ottoman that he threw out on April 24.
However, according to TMZ Sports, when police arrived at the apartment that day, Brown said, "I found the car" and closed the door on the officers.
Emerging economies at risk amid 'complacent' markets, International Monetary Fund says
Output could fall by more than 1.6 per cent in China and over 0.9 per cent in the U.S. next year, according to the IMF's models. If the trade war continues, it could take a significant bite out of global growth, according to the fund.
On April 25, Brown called police to report that his black Rolls-Royce was stolen.
The Steelers have said they will not be commenting on the situation.
Brown was not arrested in connection to the incident, but officials at the apartment complex told him they would start eviction proceedings against him.
According to the Post-Gazette, which cited court records, Brown also is facing a second lawsuit filed by his landlord in connection with the incident also seeking more than $15,000 in damages because of the damaged furniture and other items from the apartment.
"I found the auto", Brown told responding officers.
There's been no comment from Brown.