Antonio Brown granted bail, but with certain conditions, including mental health evaluation

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By WEEI 93.7

Antonio Brown's eventful week ended Friday morning with the former NFL receiver appearing in front of a judge.

Brown turned himself in late Thursday night after he was charged with felony burglary with battery, burglary of an unoccupied conveyance and criminal mischief following an altercation with a moving truck driver earlier in the week.

He was granted bail for a total bond of $110,000 for the three charges. Also, he will be required to be monitored by a GPS tracking device, release his passport and guns, go through drug and alcohol testing, and get a mental health evaluation.

Brown's team believes he was "overcharged."

His trainer, Glenn Holt, was also arrested for his role in the altercation, but was released Wednesday after posting a $20,000 bond.

JUST NOW: Antonio Brown, wearing an anti-suicide smock, made his first court appearance.His bond was set at $100,000 for the burglary with battery charge.The judge ordered Brown to wear a GPS monitor, surrender his passport, and undergo a mental health evaluation. pic.twitter.com/IdCkH8jlcG

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