Brian Mulligan, the Managing Director and Vice Chairman of Media for Deutsche Bank, has filed a $50 million lawsuit against the LAPD, after a brutal beat-down that left him virtually unrecognizable.
As reported by TMZ:
Mulligan is unrecognizable in the pics — with severe nasal fractures and lacerations, a concussion, a fractured right scapula, and numerous contusions and abrasions.
Although the LAPD claims officers beat and arrested Mulligan after he became violent and threatening … prosecutors declined to file charges.
Our sources say prosecutors believe the photos are “clear evidence of excessive force.” Indeed, Mulligan already filed a $50 million claim against the City of L.A.
TMZ first reported, Mulligan claims two LAPD cops beat him senseless after wrongfully detaining him … claiming he resembled a person suspected of attempted car theft.
Mulligan claims the officers took him to a hotel against his will and when he tried to leave, officers brutally attacked him.
Mulligan’s lawyers also contest that the LAPD engaged in a cover up, saying they filed a police report justifying their use of excessive force.
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