Embattled NFL star Antonio Brown and his trainer allegedly received a visit from the cops after the pair was accused of battering the driver of a moving truck outside his Hollywood residence.

According to ESPN, Brown is a suspect in the alleged incident, but he has not yet been arrested, and no criminal charges have yet been filed against him.

Brown's trainer Glen Holt was charged with one count of felony burglary and battery and was booked into jail Tuesday evening.

A Hollywood police spokesman said Brown was at home with Holt at the time of the incident, and they attempted to make contact with him for further questioning, but they were unsuccessful before leaving for the day.

Brown is currently a free agent. He played nine seasons with the Pittsburgh Steelers before he was traded to the Oakland Raiders last year. He was then signed by the New England Patriots but was quickly released in September after two women accused him of sexual misconduct.

He's now making rap music.