Mo Brooks says Capitol riot lawsuit served by home invasion

Alabama GOP Rep. Mo Brooks stated he has lastly been served with the lawsuit introduced by Rep. Eric Swalwell for allegedly serving to incite the Capitol riot – however accused the Democrat’s staff of breaking into his home.

Swalwell “is apparently trying to ‘find me’ to discuss my Save America speech. Have you seen me out?! Good ol’ Patriots have!” Brooks said in a tweet Friday.

“Guess the libs aren’t looking so hard,” he added together with a mocked-up “Wanted” poster marked with a purple “Found.”

He adopted up with a tweet Sunday by which he stated, “Swalwell FINALLY did his job, served complaint (on my WIFE). HORRIBLE Swalwell’s team committed a CRIME by unlawfully sneaking INTO MY HOUSE & accosting my wife!”

Brooks added: “Alabama Code 13A-7-2: 1st degree criminal trespass. Year in jail. $6000 fine. More to come!”

Brooks’ spokesman stated the congressman has filed a criticism with police over the incident.

“Swalwell’s process server entered the Brooks’ home without Martha Brooks’ knowledge and without her consent,” rep Clay Mills advised The Washington Post, referring to Brooks’s spouse.

“Then he refused to leave when Mrs. Brooks demanded it. There is video proof. The Brooks filed a police report,” added Mills, who didn’t share a replica of the video or police report.

Swalwell lawyer Matthew Kaiser told CNN on Sunday evening {that a} personal investigator had left the papers with Brooks’ spouse at their home.

Rep. Eric Swalwell.
“No one entered or even attempted to enter the Brooks’ house,” an lawyer for Rep. Eric Swalwell stated.
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Philip Andonian, one other lawyer for Swalwell, refuted Brooks’ allegations a few break-in.

“No one entered or even attempted to enter the Brooks’ house. That allegation is completely untrue. A process server lawfully served the papers on Mo Brooks’ wife, as the federal rules allow,” Andonian advised the community.

“This was after her initial efforts to avoid service. Mo Brooks has no one but himself to blame for the fact that it came to this. We asked him to waive service, we offered to meet him at a place of his choosing,” he stated.

Scene from the Capitol riot.
The lawsuit alleges that Rep. Mo Brooks, together with former President Trump, Donald Trump Jr., and Rudy Giuliani, broke DC legal guidelines by inciting the Jan. 6 riot
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“Instead of working things out like a civilized person, he engaged in a juvenile game of Twitter trolling over the past few days and continued to evade service. He demanded that we serve him. We did just that,” Andonian continued.

“The important thing is the complaint has been served and Mo Brooks can now be held accountable for his role in inciting the deadly insurrection at the Capitol,” he added.

Swalwell’s authorized staff has not formally notified the court docket that Brooks has been served, in accordance with CNN.

Rep. Mo Brooks.
Rep. Mo Brooks has reportedly filed a criticism with police over the alleged break in.
AP

The lawsuit alleges that former President Trump, his son, Donald Trump Jr., former Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani and Brooks broke Washington, DC, legal guidelines, together with an anti-terrorism act, by “inciting” the Jan. 6 riot — and that they aided and abetted the rioters and inflicted emotional misery on members of Congress.

The former president, his son and Giuliani, who’ve acknowledged receiving the lawsuit, argue their phrases didn’t trigger the mayhem and are protected.

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