The manager of rapper Mike Jones
has reportedly filed a police complaint in Texas claiming he was assaulted by two cops last month. Terrance 'T' Flowers, who filed the complaint on May 25, says he was confronted by authorities when he got into an argument with his ex-girlfriend in a Jersey Village car park.
He co-operated with the two officers, identified as Virgil Thomas and Mark Zatzkin, and alleges that even though his ex explained there was no problem with the situation, he was still physically assaulted.
Flowers claims the cops taunted him saying, "You think you can get away with certain types of behavior because of who you are", before they handcuffed him and forced him to the ground.
He adds, "They jumped out their car, pulled their pistols out, told me to get down, yelling and screaming, so I automatically did what they told me to do.
"I get down to my knees. They shove me down. A black cop put a foot on my head. They still had their pistols on me, telling me to get down, get down, but I'm already down, though."
Sergeant Stephan Ruff of the Jersey Village Police Department admitted he had only heard about the allegations when Flowers filed the complaint, because the officers had not written an incident report.
Ruff has now launched an internal investigation into the claims.
(This news article provided by World Entertainment News Network)