PITTSBURGH — Steelers wide recipient Antonio Brown was found guilty of reckless driving after a failure to arrive for his court proceeding Tuesday, in accordance with the county magistrate’s office.

Police mentioned Brown Nov. 8 allegedly driving a black Porsche more than 100 miles per hour through Ross Township, Pennsylvania. Once they located Brown Physicians were looking for a possible defendant from a bank robbery.

Brown has since paid $426.77 in fines and it has 30 days to appeal the guilty verdict, as stated by the magistrate.

Brown’s attorney declined comment according to WPXI. Driving convictions in Pennsylvania may result in fines, a suspended permit as well as 90 days in jail.

That day, Brown scored a touchdown in a 52-21 win on the Carolina Panthers. He declined comment when approached then game, and also on his way out from the lockerroom, he told he couldn’t be caught by mates reporters.

Brown has faced multiple legal cases from South Florida. Last month, Brown allegedly pushed the mother of his daughter into the bottom after she refused to leave his property reimbursement for the daughter’s hair appointment, according to a Hollywood (Florida) authorities record. Brown is trying custody of his kid, also the mum didn’t care to press charges, family attorney Jaclyn Soroka told ESPN. Legal attorney Darren Heitner called the allegations”baseless and false.” The NFL and the Steelers are investigating the thing.

Brown faced two lawsuits in an April episode where Brown drove off items off a apartment balcony and allegedly cried at security, in accordance with records. Both cases are in the act to be resolved.

The Steelers are contemplating trading Brown when he failed to show in Week 17 for a Saturday walkthrough.