Skip to comments.BANK MEDIA HONCHO Snag in Brutality Lawsuit He's a Bath Salts Addict
Posted on 10/15/2012 1:42:52 PM PDT by RummyChick
The Deutsche Bank honcho who claims LAPD officers beat the holy hell out of him back in May contacted police 2 days before the alleged beating and confessed he was addicted to bath salts.
TMZ obtained audio ... recorded moments after Brian Mulligan flagged down a Glendale police officer on May 13th -- claiming a helicopter was following him.
FYI -- Mulligan is the Managing Director and Vice Chairman of Media and Telecommunications for the bank.
In the audio -- released by the LAPD -- the officer can be heard explaining to Mulligan that there were NO helicopters, and Mulligan was just imagining them.
Mulligan then admits he had recently taken a hallucinogen called "White Lightning" -- a commercial name for "bath salts" -- and appeared to be under the effects of the drug.
When pressed, Mulligan says the last time he took the drug was "two weeks ago" ... but admitted he'd used the drug 20 times since purchasing the stuff at a head shop. He said the first time he experimented he felt like his face was melting off.
Eventually, Mulligan calmed down ... and the cop let him go.
As we reported, Mulligan claims LAPD officers beat him to a bloody pulp on May 15th -- just two days after the helicopter conversation -- and filed a $50 million claim against the City of L.A. The bath salts revelation could torpedo his case because a jury could well believe Mulligan was out of control and LAPD used reasonable force to subdue him.
So far, no lawsuit has been filed -- and we're told both of Mulligan's lawyers have since dropped him as a client.
Bath Salts will eventually convince half of America to carry a weapon to defend themselves from guys who have freaked out on the stuff. I would imagine by 2020....that we will have to take down 30k adults a year because of their inability to control themselves.
Brain-dead media still calling mephedrone “bath salts”, I see. Real bath salts are just perfumed sea salt.
It [mephedrone] is reportedly manufactured in China.
That headline also struck me as odd. I figured he was addicted to taking baths using perfumed sea salt and perhaps magnesium sulfate.
What does the LA Stadium hold? 100k people? Fine. Round-up 100k “bath salters”, give each 20-30oz and paraphenalia (do they eat/smoke/snort it?) and a 16” Bowie Knife, and turn ‘em loose on each other in the locked/secured stadium.
Repeat and rinse, until they’re all gone. My Barrett 82A1 Leupold/BORS can easily finish-off any lingerers/survivors. Clean-up will be a mess, but napalm could make short work of it.
Film it for YouTube. It’ll go viral.
Nice run-on title. I guess it's BYOP (Bring Your Own Punctuation) for people who try to read it.
No, TMZ uses multiple lines for titles.
“Calgon, take me away!”
I know every time I feel that sensation I say to myself, "Self, let's do that again!"
It’s ironic that someone of that wealth is indulging in cheap bath salts.