Lawsuit alleges Milwaukee cop involved in Bucks player’s controversial stun-gun arrest made a joke about doing something similar to JR Smith

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Milwaukee Bucks guard Sterling Brown has filed a lawsuit related to his arrest in January. 
According to the lawsuit, one of the officers involved in his arrest made jokes on Facebook about Brown’s experience, as well as a joke about wanting to do something similar to Cleveland Cavaliers guard J.R. Smith. 
The suit also accuses the Milwaukee Police Department and the state of Wisconsin of systemic bias. 

Milwaukee Bucks player Sterling Brown has filed a lawsuit against the city of Milwaukee, its police department, and the officers involved in using a Taser on Brown in January. Included in the lawsuit are allegations that one of the officers involved, Erik Andrade, bragged about Brown being subjected to the Taser, and that he made comments about wanting to do the same to Cleveland Cavaliers guard J.R. Smith. 

According to the lawsuit, the following post was made either, “… while Mr. Brown remained in police custody or shortly after his release.” See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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