The police officer who tased and arrested Milwaukee Bucks Guard Sterling Brown in a Walgreens parking zone in January joked that he would do the similar to Cleveland Cavaliers participant J.R. Smith after he botched a play throughout recreation 1 of the NBA Finals.
Brown filed a lawsuit on Tuesday towards the metropolis of Milwaukee, which indicated that one in all the officers wrote, “I hope J.R. Smith double parks in Walgreens handicap [parking] spits when he’s in Milwaukee!”
From lawsuit filed at present: Certainly one of the officers concerned in the tazing of Milwaukee Buck Sterling Brown joked about the incident on Fb after which – after Recreation 1 of the NBA finals – joked about doing the similar factor to JR Smith pic.twitter.com/TK9MkgmlJv
— Wesley (@WesleyLowery) June 19, 2018
On Jan. 26, Brown was approached by officers for double parking throughout two handicap accessible parking spots.
After an alternate with an officer, he was ultimately tased and arrested, which was all caught on video launched by the Milwaukee Police Division.
Milwaukee Police Chief Alfonso Morales mentioned his officers acted “inappropriately” following the launch of the video in Could.
In his lawsuit, Brown claims that the officers’ use of extreme drive violated his 14th Modification’s Equal Safety Clause, in accordance to CNN.
Click on right here to see Brown’s criticism.