Las Vegas Shooter’s Brother Made Death Threats At Nursing Home

After being arrested for child porn, the brother of the Las Vegas shooter is in yet more legal trouble after making death threats to staff at the assisted living facility where he stayed.

Legal documents reveal that Bruce Paddock, the brother of now notorious Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock, made regular death threats to staff at the Four Seasons Healthcare & Wellness Center.

Several incidents stick out from the files. At one point he yelled at the facility administrator, “Don’t f*** with me and tell your nurses not to f*** with me because I’m the one that hurts people.”

When a member of the staff removed a razor he’d been shaving with due his threatening behaviour, Paddock said, “hey bitch, I want my f***ing razorback … when I get my a** over there I’m going to shove that f***er so far up your a** it’ll come out of your ear.”

The most recent incident occurred on Oct. 30, 2017. After bizarrely sneaking into the Four Seasons late at night (presumably, because he’d already been asked to leave the facility, however, the documents do not confirm), he barricaded himself in a room. When an employee confronted him he shouted from behind the door, “Get the f*** out of my way or I’m going to kill you.”

The court has now issued a restraining order on Paddock preventing him from getting within 100 yards of the facility and requiring him to have zero contact with three staff members there.

Bruce Paddock was arrested on Oct. 25, 2017, on 20 criminal counts, including one for possession of over 600 images of child pornography. His arrest comes after leading FBI on a three-year manhunt, changing his appearance and moving from facility to facility to avoid capture. He pleaded not guilty to child porn charges in court on Oct. 27, 2017.

During Friday’s hearing, Paddock claimed that he hadn’t been able to speak to his attorney since he had been jailed. Paddock was being represented by a public defender.

The public defender asked if his client be could be released under ankle monitor surveillance, but was denied the request pending his next court hearing. Paddock appears in court again November 3rd to discuss a trial date.

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