- Brad Parscale could be stripped of his guns for up to a year.
- Police filed a Risk Protection Order in a move to keep Parscale’s guns away from him for at least two weeks.
- Parscale, who served as manager of the Trump 2020 reelection campaign until being demoted in July, was involuntary hospitalized on Sunday after his wife called 911 and said he’d pulled out a gun and threatened to harm himself, according to police.
- Police said they arrived on the scene and found his wife, Candice, with bruises on her arms and face.
- Candice told police her husband has post-traumatic stress disorder and she got the bruises days earlier during a prior altercation, according to the police report.
- The Risk Protection Order said Parscale’s “drinking and violent behavior increased shortly after he was demoted at his employment.”
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