By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher Newly signed Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Antonio Brown had an outburst before his deal with the Bucs became official. He reportedly destroyed a security camera in the neighborhood, where he lives. In addition, it is alleged that he ‘threw a bicycle at a security guard’ on October 15th. The Miami Herald broke the news of this incident, which cited a police report in their reporting. Brown got away with his actions, as he was looking at a criminal mischief charge, according to the Hollywood (Florida) police department. However, the Hollywood Oaks Homeowners Association President elected to not press charges against the talented wide receiver. Sylvia Brown, according to the report, said, she feared ‘Brown may retaliate against her employees.’ She also said that ‘we’re not afraid’ of Brown. Yet, there were no charges of the incident. He purchased the camera that he damaged. There was reportedly ‘issues’ between Brown and the homeowners association, according to Brown’s spokeswoman Alana Burstyn. She said the ‘issues’ have been “fully and amicably resolves and everyone is getting along just fine. I’m not sure who is trying to promote this narrative. The issue was resolved with the authorities on November 5th. “We are aware of the reported incident involving Antonio Brown prior to his signing,” the Buccaneers said in a statement on Monday night. “When Antonio joined us, we were clear about what we expected and required of him. Thus far, he has met all the expectations we have in place.” Since joining the Buccaneers, Brown has 10 receptions for 100 yards in two games. He also had one carry for -3 yards.