Police issued an arrest warrant Wednesday for Brown for felony burglary with battery after he was involved in an incident with a moving company the day prior.
The moving company was delivering Brown's belongings from California, according to court documents obtained by TMZ. However, the driver said Brown refused to pay the $4,000 fee. An agreement of payment was eventually reached between the two sides but another argument ensued shortly after the driver returned to drop off the items.
Brown is accused of then throwing rocks at the moving truck, entering it from the driver's side, and attacking the employee.
The driver said he also suffered cuts to his hands in a struggle for the keys with Brown's trainer, Glenn Holt.
Holt was arrested for felony burglary with battery. He was released Wednesday on bond.
Brown was not initially arrested as he remained in his home Tuesday, which prompted the warrant.