A $7,500,000.00 lawsuit has been filed against Crazy Town in downtown Nashville, alleging that a man celebrating a bachelor party at the venue was brutally beaten without provocation, and then taken to a back room where the brutal assault continued and escalated, resulting in serious bodily injury.
Less than 72 hours after it happened, a wrongful death lawsuit has been filed in the ambulance crash on I-40 Friday night, that ejected and killed the two people in the rear of the ambulance. The family of the patient that was in the ambulance filed suit in a Nashville court on Monday.
Bouncer Jordan Frye stopped the elevator doors and got into the elevator with the patrons. Once inside the elevator, Frye is charged with punching the black male patron in the face, then grabbing the black female, and body slamming her onto the floor of the elevator. Frye then picked up the male from behind, and placed him in a headlock.
In a lawsuit filed last week in Davidson County Circuit Court, a woman says she was stripped searched and forcibly double-cavity searched against her will at the direction of an off-duty THP officer, while working at Tennessee Titan’s game.
The Nashville Sheriff’s Levy Squad was about to take over $20K worth of jewelry, clothes & other personal items from Julie Chrisley to satisfy a debt she refused to pay.
Nashville Mayoral candidate Jeffrey Napier was named in a civil lawsuit on May 8th, and a civil warrant was signed on May 9th for him to appear in court. He is being sued by Advance Financial for a Flex loan that was never repaid, for $851.98, plus $283.99 in attorney’s fees, for a total of $1,135.97 + fees. As a reminder, the budget for the city of Nashville, for which the Mayor is responsible, is just over $2.2 Billion. Napier was reached by phone late Friday evening, and was not…