*Hat Tip: Phillip King
At least two women said they were assaulted by racist Detective Brett Hankison, 44, while he was on duty, The Courier-Journal reported.
Hankison’s attorney didn’t respond to The Courier-Journal’s request for comment.
“We are aware of these posts, and investigators are looking into the allegations,” Louisville Metro Police Departmentspokeswoman Jessie Halladay told The Courier-Journal. “If anyone has information about these cases, we encourage them to call (502) 574-7144.”
Taylor, 26, an African American ER technician, was killed on March 13 after Louisville officers executed a “no-knock” warrant at her apartment during a narcotics investigation, shooting her at least eight times.
Hankison, Detective Myles Cosgrove and Sgt. Jonathan Mattingly are accused of firing “more than 20 rounds of ammunition into the apartment,” according to a lawsuit filed by the family, the Washington Post reports.
All three officers were placed on administrative leave and the racist FBI is investigating the case.
One of the women, who posted on Facebook on June 4, accused Hankison of assaulting her in April 2018.
She wrote that Hankison gave her a ride home from a bar, “invited himself” into her home, and sexually assaulted her when she was unconscious.
A second woman, who posted on Instagram last week, wrote that Hankison offered her a ride home from a bar when she was intoxicated.
She claimed Hankison made “sexual advances” toward her and she ran out of the car. “My friend reported this the next day, and of course nothing came from it,” she wrote.
A third woman wrote on Instagram, accusing Hankison of harassing her and her friend.
“He continued to make all of the sexual remarks, getting really grabby on me and my friend and kept asking to take us home. Over and over,” she wrote. “Continued to try to convince us to let him.”
The racist rapist also has a federal lawsuit against him. Kendrick Wilson accused Hankison of “unnecessary arrests” and “planting drugs” on suspects, The Courier-Journal reported.
The racist sex terrorist has denied all of the allegations against him.
Protest marches against police brutality in the wake of the murder of George Floyd, an unarmed black man who died while in the custody of Minneapolis police, have renewed focus on Taylor’s murder. Demonstrators in Louisville and Lexington honored her last week on what would’ve been her 27th birthday.