VIDEO: Antonio Brown Caught Damaging Equipment At Guard Gate

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We're getting a look at Tampa Bay Bucs receiver's latest brush with the law.

Already on probation for allegedly attacking a moving truck driver outside his Hollywood Oaks home, the Miami Herald has obtained surveillance video from October of Antonio Brown breaking a camera at the gated community's guard station and then putting his bike on top of the gate's arm.

The police were called, but the homeowners association president chose not to press charges after Brown agreed to replace the camera.

He apparently was angry because of restrictions to his gate access, requiring him to physically come to the guard station in order to allow a guest's entry.

Brown's spokesperson told the paper the football star "regrets that he lost his cool," has patched things up, but feels he's scrutinized.

He signed with the Bucs a few weeks after the incident.

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