MILWAUKEE — Attorneys for Bucks guard Sterling Brown have filed paperwork to strike a $400,000 settlement offer by the city.
Bucks player, Sterling Brown @thatnegus_sb says NO to @cityofmilwaukee $400,000 settlement offer. Attorney files 30 page response. Head to LIVE at 4 @tmj4 for details.https://t.co/whmK5PddI7 pic.twitter.com/BQBXN1Q03G
— Shannon Sims (@ssimsworldwide) October 8, 2019
Brown illegally parked in a disabled spot Jan. 26, 2018, outside a Walgreens and was talking to Milwaukee Police Department officers when the situation escalated.
MPD officers took him down and used a Taser because Brown didn't immediately remove his hands from his pockets when he was ordered to by police.
The 30-page response was filed Tuesday in federal court and points to depositions by MPD Officer Erik Andrade and MPD Officer James Collins, who admitted Brown's constitutional rights were violated.
Question: Based on the training that you received, you would agree with me that because (Mr. Brown) wasn't allowed to leave, his constitutional rights were violated, correct?
Answer: (Andrade) Yes.
Question: Do you agree based on the training that you received that because Mr. Brown was not allowed to leave, his constitutional rights were violated?
Answer: (Collins) Knowing that it was just a parking citation, yes.
Andrade was fired for violating department policy with several social media posts after Brown's arrest.
This is a developing story and will be updated throughout the day.