Brown, 30, is accused of throwing multiple pieces of furniture - including two large vases and an ottoman - off his Florida apartment's balcony, almost hitting a 22-month-old child and his grandfather, KDKA-TV reported, citing court documents.
Brown has until Thursday to respond to Sternberg's lawsuit after filing for an extension in September.
An employee with Lionheart Capital, LLC said Ophir Sternberg wasn't available for comment when a Tribune-Review reporter called his office Tuesday. According to the lawsuit, footage of the incident does exist. Brown had been leasing one of the units at the complex at the time and Amnon Sternberg was one of his neighbors, the suit said.
It contends two very large vases, an ottoman and other pieces of furniture landed just feet away from the child and his grandfather.
Sternberg charged that the objects fell within a foot or two of himself and his grandson, and could have caused severe injury or death.
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The pool area suffered minor damage from Brown throwing objects off the balcony as well. It says surveillance video clearly shows objects falling from the balcony and almost striking the two people on the ground.
According to the Post-Gazette, which cited court records, Brown also is facing a second lawsuit filed by his landlord in connection with the incident also seeking more than $15,000 in damages because of the damaged furniture and other items from the apartment.
Following the incident, police were called and it was determined the items came from Brown's apartment. "Mr".
The first report was filed on April 23 - Brown told cops he returned to his high-end Miami apartment and noticed $80,000 cash was missing from a tote bag he had hidden in his closet.
It says that Brown has refused to pay for the damages. That lawsuit was filed in Miami-Dade County, Fla. on August 15.