Antonio Brown had 3 straight police visits for 3 different reasons

Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown told cops in April that someone stole $80,000 and a handgun from his upscale south Florida apartment, according to police reports.

The reports, which were obtained TMZ Sports, shed new light on a civil lawsuit first reported earlier Tuesday regarding Brown and a man who claimed his 22-month-old toddler was nearly killed when the All-Pro wideout tossed furniture from the 14th-floor balcony of his Sunny Isles Beach apartment on April 24.

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’s 9mm handgun was also gone, according to the police report.

Investigators later obtained surveillance video that showed a cleaning crew had entered Brown’s apartment at The Mansions of Acqualina in Sunny Isles Beach on April 13. After tracking down the women seen on the footage, the female workers told police they were hired by someone claiming to work for Brown, TMZ Sports reports.

The workers denied stealing the cash and gun, telling investigators the culprits could have been other people in Brown’s residence during the days before he left town.

Police in Sunny Isles Beach returned to Brown’s apartment a day later on April 24 after getting reports of the Miami native throwing large objects — including two vases and an ottoman — off his balcony, nearly hitting and killing a toddler and his grandfather, who were nearby, according to a civil lawsuit filed by Ophir Sternberg.

Brown was not arrested in connection to the incident, but officials at the apartment complex told him they would start evictions proceedings against him.

Brown also caused extensive damage to his own unit at the apartment complex “in a fit of rage,” Sternberg’s lawsuit alleges. Sternberg is suing for assault and intentional infliction of emotional distress, claiming Brown acted “without regard for human life” during the alleged incident.

TMZ Sports reports that police were called back to Brown’s apartment for a third time in as many days on April 25 to tell responding cops that his black Rolls-Royce had been stolen. But Brown slammed the door when cops arrived, according to a police report.

“I found the car,” Brown told responding officers.

Burt Lauten, director of communications for the Steelers, did not return a message seeking comment Tuesday. Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin, meanwhile, told reporters he had no knowledge of the incidents involving Brown, ESPN reports.

Brown’s attorney, Darren Heitner, declined to comment when reached by The Post.