A counsel for Deutsche Bank honcho Brian Mulligan is perfectionist the LAPD launch a full-blown review into a leaked audio fasten — in that Brian admits to regulating analgesic “bath salts” — claiming a “leak” was a inexpensive ploy to allegation his good name.
TMZ performed 3 letters from Mulligan’s new lawyer, Skip Miller — addressed to a L.A. City Attorney, a Glendale Chief of Police and a L.A. Chief of Police.
The letters state … a audio — released progressing this week — was sent to a LAPD for inquisitive functions usually (regarding Brian’s military savagery claims) and should NOT have been released to a media.
Brian’s counsel is adamant, a fasten has zero to do with a purported violence — and blood tests taken immediately after Mulligan was certified to a sanatorium on a 15th came behind clean.
As TMZ formerly reported … Brian filed a $50 mil explain opposite a City of L.A., alleging dual military officers beat a crap out of him on May 15 — ensuing in 15 fractures to his nasal area, a damaged scapula, and facial lacerations.
LAPD claims a cops took movement ONLY after they viewed him to be a threat.
In a letters, Brian’s attorney states a fasten was intentionally leaked “out of context” to emanate a allegation debate opposite Brian and disprove his accusations opposite a boys in blue — all in sequence to lean a open into desiring he “had it entrance to him.”
Brian’s profession is perfectionist a LAPD take movement stat — and examine how a fasten got leaked from their department, and explain either or not it was even legal.
FYI — The released audio fasten was available May 13 — dual days before Brian’s purported kick down.
In a audio Brian appears to be behaving paranoid … believes helicopters are following him … and afterwards admits to a Glendale officer that he has formerly used a hallucinogenic analgesic called “bath salts” over 20 times.