International banker Brian Mulligan was allegedly beaten pretty bad by the LAPD following an arrest on May 15th. Almost unnoticeable in photos, Deutsche Bank's Managing Director and Vice Chairman allegedly suffered severe nasal fractures, lacerations, a concussion, a fractured right scapula and a slew of contusions, amongst other injuries.
The wounded banker claims that the police officers had queried him near a marijuana dispensary on why he was parked in the Highland Park area of Los Angeles. They then had apparently proceeded to search both him and his vehicle, according to TMZ.
Officers of the California police are stating that they were forced to beat down and incarcerate Mulligan because he became severely violent and was resisting law enforcement upon the respective search.
When the police discovered thousands of dollars in Mulligan's vehicle, he claims they allegedly threw him in a police car and took him to a nearby motel. After reportedly being thrown in a room and left waiting for several hours, Mulligan said he had attempted to leave; thinking it was a setup.
When exiting, he said the cops were just outside the door and began hitting him recklessly, which led to him being taken to a hospital where he was treated for 15 fractures and "barely looked human."
Mulligan's prosecutors believe that the gruesome photos are "clear evidence of excessive force" and he has already filed a $50 million dollar lawsuit against the City of Los Angeles, according to the gossip site.
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