Antonio Brown Sulks Home To This $6.6 Million Florida Mansion

By on September 22, 2019 in ArticlesCelebrity Homes

The Antonio Brown saga is surreal. Two weeks ago he was living with a $30 million guaranteed contract with The Raiders. After extricating himself from that contract through a series of controversies, he singed a $15 million contract with The Patriots and even caught a touchdown for them last Sunday. That contract was not guaranteed but did come with a $9 million signing bonus. The first $5 million payment of the signing bonus was due to be transferred tomorrow morning. After a series of additional controversies that include sexual assault allegations and farting in a doctor's face, Antonio was released from The Patriots. As of this writing, Antonio is out of a job and likely NOT going to receive a dime of the $9 million signing bonus.

In total he went from $30 million guaranteed, to $15 million, to probably walking away from the NFL with $138,000 in total earnings for the 2019-2020 season.

As of this writing Antonio's total NFL earnings are listed $71 million before taxes. We estimate that Antonio Brown's net worth is $25 million.

Antonio returned to his home in Florida today by private jet. He looked extremely dejected as he walked off the plane. You would feel dejected too if you just let $30 million slip away like a fart in a doctor's face. Especially if you were counting on those future earnings to cover your mortgage and upkeep on your $6.6 million mansion.

Let's take a look at Antonio Brown's mansion.

Purchased in 2016 through a trust for $6.6 million, Antonio's mansion is located in Hollywood, Florida, not far from Miami and Fort Lauderdale. He bought the 12 bedroom mansion while still playing for The Steelers. He bought it for $900,000 less than asking.

The unique property includes a home theater with stadium seating and… a private synagogue. Seriously.

Check it out:

After buying the home in 2016, the Miami-native revealed to a local paper that he was homeless at one point when he was 16. In his words:

"I've been fighting for my life before and sleeping in cars and trying to find a place to lay my head. I've had situations where I've had nowhere to go. This is the easy part. I overcame life."

Here's to hoping you can continue to maintain this positive outlook and mansion going forward, Mr. Brown!

Articles Written by Brian Warner
Brian launched CelebrityNetWorth in October 2008 after noticing a distinct lack of results for various celebrity finance web searches. He previously spent seven years as the Managing Editor of a large digital entertainment portal. Brian's favorite rags to riches billionaire is Kirk Kerkorian.
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