The women on the footage claimed they were hired by someone who claimed to be Brown's representative, but they denied taking the money or the gun and mentioned how other people were in the apartment days before Brown left.
According to TMZ Sports, Brown threw a bunch of furniture off the balcony of his 14th story apartment while the toddler and his grandfather were by the pool of the high-end apartment complex.
This dates back to an incident that occurred back in April at the location where Brown allegedly yelled at a security and threw several items from an apartment off the balcony.
According to one complaint, Brown damaged a $35,000, fully furnished unit that he began renting in February and refused to pay for the damages. While no one was injured, the 22-month-old child was very almost struck, and one of the vases landed in a hot tub.
One day earlier, Brown told police upon returning from an 11-day trip that he noticed $80,000 in cash missing from a bag he previously hid in the closet. Brown was reportedly "extremely agitated" when law enforcement arrived.
The security director did not wish to take police action against Brown and stated they would be starting eviction proceedings for him to leave the premises.
The Steelers have said they will not be commenting.
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. When officers arrived, Brown opened the door and stated, "I found the vehicle".