The workers denied stealing the cash and gun, telling investigators the culprits could have been other people in Brown's apartment during the days before he left town.
Cops obtained surveillance video which showed a cleaning crew entering Brown's place on April 13.
On April 24, Brown called police to the apartment for a reported theft.
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Brown was said to be "extremely agitated, acting aggressively, and yelling at security personnel" when police arrived. A glass coffee table was broken along with other items.
The legal filing by Ophir Sternberg alleges the Pittsburgh Steelers star almost hit his 22-month-old son with "large objects" tossed "from the building many floors above them".
It says that Brown has refused to pay for the damages.
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Brown was not arrested in connection to the incident, but officials at the apartment complex told him they would start eviction proceedings against him.
On April 25, Brown called police to report that his black Rolls-Royce was stolen.
An attorney for the landlord said the damages were estimated to be about $100,000. Cops found the women who said they had been hired and authorized by someone claiming to be Brown's representative.
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