After a raw demonstration of Pulp Fiction-style, ludicrous behavior, Milwaukee police officer Dominique Heaggan-Brown was in court Thursday wearing handcuffs and an orange suicide suit as he waived his right to a preliminary hearing.
Brown – the cop who shot and killed Sylville Smith in August, sparking a weekend of riots – was arrested in mid-October for raping two men as well as soliciting male prostitutes while he was off duty.
Fellow police officers searched Brown’s phone and discovered video of a sexual encounter with a man and text messages with male prostitutes discussing paying for sex.
Brown is charged with two counts of second degree sexual assault, two counts of prostitution, and one count of capturing an intimate representation without consent.
He has pleaded not guilty and remains on paid administrative leave.
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Officer Dominique Heaggan-Brown’s arrest photo
According to police and early reports from CBS Brown met up with a unidentified man at a bar in August whom he met on Facebook. The men had two long Island ice teas, three Tequilas and a pink drink.
The two were watching news coverage of Brown from when he shot and killed a man while he was on duty.
While watching the coverage, Brown purportedly was bragging that he could do whatever he wanted as a police officer.
Brown and the man left the bar drunk. The man describes remembering Brown attempting to have sex with him in a room on a bed, but the man told the officer no.
However, Brown continued to penetrate him.
Upon the man blacking out, Brown drove the man to St. Joseph’s Hospital around 4 a.m. As the man regained consciousness, he told hospital staff that Brown raped him.
Later that morning Brown sent a text message to a sergeant in his department who he deemed a mentor saying: