Tampa Police were unable to serve an arrest warrant on Antonio Brown on Thursday after the former NFL star locked himself inside his residence. Police remained outside his home early Friday waiting for him to comply.

The former Tampa Bay Biccaneers' receiver faces an arrest warrant for a domestic incident. Brown allegedly threw a shoe during an argument with the mother of his four children, said Fox 13.

Brown is also accused of throwing her possessions on the street and trying to lock her out of the home with a falsified eviction notice.

Antonio Brown
Antonio Brown of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers looks on before the game against the Philadelphia Eagles at Lincoln Financial Field on October 14, 2021, in Philadelphia. Mitchell Leff/Getty Images

Tampa police were still waiting outside his home early Friday to arrest him on the misdemeanor warrant. Police used a bullhorn to urge Brown to comply with the arrest, saying, "We're not going anywhere," according to NBC Sports.

Antonio Mesmer of Fox 13 tweeted an image waiting outside Brown's home: "@TampaPD attempted to serve an arrest warrant on former #Bucs WR Antonio Brown at his South Tampa home for domestic violence. He refused to come out. Police have since left without him. He is believed to still be in the house."

On Tuesday, a judge denied a petition by Tampa police for a temporary risk protection order to prevent him from possessing firearms or ammunition if he was considered a threat to himself or others.

Police said in the affidavit that Brown "poses a significant danger of causing personal injury to himself or herself or others in the near future." Attached to the protection order was also information that Brown was recently involved in an "act of violence against themselves or others."

The Buccaneers had released Brown on Jan. 6 after he left the field during a game against the New York Jets and displayed erratic behavior by throwing his shirt and gloves into the stands.