Transcript for NBA player files civil rights lawsuit over stun-gun arrest
All right, ginger, thank you. New developments in that taser takedown of an NBA player in Milwaukee earlier this year. Sterling brown is now suing the city as well as the police officers involved as we see new bodycam video of the incident. ABC's whit Johnson is here with those details. Reporter: The latest bodycam video is offering different angles of that confrontation. After he was tased sterling brown was forced to stay down for 12 minutes the pavement. This morning, new bodycam video showing that takedown of Milwaukee bucks rookie sterling brown. From this angle, one officer briefly pulling his gun out of his Holtz Ster and putting it back in. That gun could have gone off and it could be a different story. Reporter: The January confrontation happening outside a Walgreens. The arresting officers could be heard joking about possible public backlash. For the bucks if he makes a . Ooh, Milwaukee police department. Reporter: The complaint pointing to alleged racest Facebook post by one officer. One wrote nice meeting sterling brown of the Milwaukee bucks at work this morning. Lol. Despite video at one point showing standing him calmly with hands in his pocket, brown sharing his story withobin Roberts. We can keep fighting, keep bringing attention, keep putting attention on police departments and officers and everybody to try to make change. Reporter: And brown was given a parking ticket but never charged with a crime. Three of the officers involved with suspended and the Milwaukee police chief apologized to brown. When I sat down with him to do that interview we didn't have this new interview. This new interview is more chilling and just rally stabdz up to what he was telling us. That's why they say the apology wasn't enough and they hope this lawsuit sends a message to other departments.
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