Family Of Brianna Grier File $100M Civil Rights Lawsuit Over Her Death
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The family of Brianna Grier, the Black Georgia woman who died after falling out of a moving patrol vehicle, has filed a civil rights lawsuit for $100 million.
The lawsuit, which was filed by family lawyers Ben Crump and Eric Hertz, names Lieutenant Marlin Primus, Deputy Timothy Legette, and Sheriff Tomlyn Primus as defendants and claims "they participated in gross negligence that led to Grier's wrongful death."
In July 2022, Brianna Grier, who was the mother of 4-year-old twin daughters, was arrested by the Hancock County Sheriff's Office after she suffered a schizophrenic episode.... Read more