Former NFL star Antonio Brown has lost in his attempt to block his sports agent from handing over private documents in court.
According to court documents obtained by The Blast, Brown’s long-time agent, Drew Rosenhaus, will have to sit for a deposition and turn over confidential communications with his client.
The date has yet to be set but Rosenhaus has 21 days to appear and be deposed.
The deposition stems from Brown’s nasty court battle with his former landlord, Vladimir Kirsanov, over a $7 million Miami condo.
Brown recently rushed to court in an attempt to block his long-time sports agent from turning over private messages in a court battle.
The landlord demanded Brown’s agent turn over documents including, “communications between you and Antonio Brown or any of his agents, attorneys or other representations, relating or pertaining to Brown’s occupancy of Unit 1402.”
Further, the landlord had been asking for “text messages emails, correspondence and voicemails, between you and any other third party relating or pertaining to the schedule for the “Organized Team Activities” for the Oakland Raiders.
Brown argued his confidential messages with Rosenhaus should stay private. He pleaded with the judge to shut down the subpoenas. The judge did not see things his way.