The deputy who says he was attacked by Toronto Raptors president Masai Ujiri after Game 6 of the NBA Finals is now claiming that he suffered various injuries that included a concussion.
He may now file a lawsuit as a result.
“The deputy has hired high-profile civil rights attorney David Mastagni, who spoke exclusively with KPIX Monday night.
“All options are on the table. No options are off the table,” said Mastagni.
He says the deputy could file a lawsuit.
“No options are being ruled out as to how to rectify the situation,” said Mastagni.
“He has a serious concussion; a templar mandibular joint injury, which is a serious jaw injury,” said Mastagni.”
Here is that moment.
Alameda County Sheriff Greg Ahern stated he has seen the body cam footage and he completely supports the deputy and is recommending the case move forward to the district attorney for criminal charges of misdemeanor battery of a police officer against Ujiri.
The Raptors said in a statement last week, “The incident is being looked at, and we are cooperating with authorities. We look forward to resolving the situation.”