Police in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, said that former Trump campaign manager Brad Parscale, who was taken to a mental hospital on Sept. 27 after threatening to shoot himself, had ten guns in his $2.5 million home.
According to police, Parscale ‘s wife Candice had “several bruises on both of her arms as well as scratches and bruising on her face,” which she said happened a few days ago during a physical altercation with Brad, notes WPLG.
Police said that Candice called 911 and “immediately fled [the] residence and stated she heard a loud bang shortly after.”
Candice told police that Brad drinks and “suffers from PTSD.”
Officer Christopher Wilson, who is a personal friend of Brad, helped get him out of the house, but Brad was taken down outside by another officer who said he used a “double leg takedown” after Brad didn’t comply with commands to get on the ground.