Brian Mulligan demands investigation in bath salts tape
A lawyer for Deutsche Bank boss Brian Mulligan is demanding the Los Angeles Police Department to launch an investigation into the leaked audio tape, wherein Mulligan admits to using narcotic “bath salts” — claiming the “leak” was a pathetic attempt to destroy the reputation of Mulligan.
Media outlet TMZ was able to obtain three letters from Skip Miller, the new layer of Brian Mulligan, addressed to the Los Angeles City Attorney, the Glendale Chief of Police and the Los Angeles Chief of Police.
The letters states that the audio tape released earlier this week has been sent to the Los Angeles Police Department for investigative purposes only (regarding the claims of Brian Mulligan about police brutality) and should not have been released to the media.
The lawyer of Mulligan is adamant — the tape has no connection with the alleged beating — and blood tests taken right after the Deutsche Bank honcho was admitted to the hospital on the 15th came back clean.
As previous reports have stated, Brian Mulligan filed a $50 million claim against the City of Los Angeles, alleging that two police officers beat him badly on May 15, which resulted in 15 fractures to his nasal area, a broken scapula, and facial lacerations.
Los Angeles Police Department claims the officers took action only after they perceived Mulligan to be a threat.
In the letters, Mulligan’s attorney Skip Miller states that the tape was leaked purposely “out of context” to create a smear campaign against the Deutsche Bank honcho and discredit his allegations against the two police officers — all in an attempt to convince the public into believing he “had it coming to him.”
Now, Miller is demanding the Los Angeles Police Department to take action as soon as possible and investigate how the tape got leaked from their department and explain whether or not it was legal to do so.
The released audio tape was recorded May 13 — just two days before the alleged beat down of Brian Mulligan.
In the audio tape, Brian Mulligan appears to be acting paranoid, believes helicopters are following him, and then admits to a Glendale officer that he has previously used a hallucinogenic narcotic called “bath salts” over 20 times.
Meanwhile, Los Angeles Police Protective League (LAPPL) — the organization that released the “bath salts” audio — told media outlet TMZ that Brian Mulligan’s claim is nothing but a “fictitious tale of abuse at the hands of the LAPD.” They add, “Bath salts lead to delusions, and as in this case, bizarre lawsuits.”