This post comes on the heels of Brown's most serious legal trouble to date. Following an altercation with a driver of a moving company at his Florida home, Brown is wanted by local authorities. Initially, police hoped Brown would "surrender peacefully," but the former Steelers receiver locked himself in his home and refused to cooperate.
That led to police officially issuing a warrant for his arrest. While Brown still is not in police custody, Kyriss took the opportunity to wish him the best and to implore him to get the help he "so desperately needs."
"At this point, the boys and I are working on building a new life free from any impulsive, reckless and unhealthy behaviors," Kyriss wrote. "My hope is that [Antonio] will get help and seek the mental health treatment that he so desperately needs so that he can be the father al of his children need and deserve."
For me, that's the main takeaway here. Kyriss has been involved in some public and less-than-flattering disputes with Brown lately, but she maintained a positive, supportive tone throughout, acknowledging the "rise and fall" of and "incredible man and athlete."
Now, however, the situation's gone too far, and it sounds that she, like Brown's agentDrew Rosenhaus and his lawyer Drew Heitner, is severing ties until Brown seeks help.