lack trust in law enforcement.' 'You have to ask yourself: If this can happen to this man in front of cameras, how is anybody else supposed to feel safe? The sheriff's office did not immediately return a voicemail seeking comment.Haines approached the deputy because the officer was previously 'rude' to him, according to the lawsuit. The deputy who Haines had issue with can be seen putting his hands on the lawyer's chest but Haines quickly swipes it away.Tweeting in November 2016, she quipped: "Having a slight problem recognising the majority of people on I'm a celeb to be honest." Ironically, the tweet prompted one fan to respond: "That's what people would say if you went in there." Model Lisa Snowdon, Strictly star Ola Jordan and footballer Wayne Bridge were just more of the big names on last year's star-studded bill.Meanwhile, Georgia will find campmates in the shape of boxer Amir Khan, Coronation Street actress Jennie Mc Alpine and Hollyoaks star Jamie Lomas.The video shows officers rush Haines from all sides, with one deputy putting him in a headlock from behind and others pushing him onto the metal detector's belt before Haines is thrown to the floor.Haines also sued a sergeant who he said refused to switch his handcuffs from his back to the front of his body to ease the pain of his dislocated and fractured shoulder, according to the lawsuit.'It's just completely unnecessary,' Pierce said.GEORGIA Toffolo has been caught mocking last year's I'm A Celebrity stars in a resurfaced tweet.The Made in Chelsea favourite - who touched down in Oz ahead of her stint in the jungle last week - appeared to slam the quality of the 2016 line up, which included Gogglebox's Scarlett Moffatt, long-time actor Larry Lamb and maths whizz Carol Vorderman.
The show-stopping number the Strictly star is wearing here is by Myla Anais, and it isn't for the faint-hearted.
A Philadelphia lawyer is suing a group of court officers for allegedly fracturing his shoulder and slamming him on the floor during what he says was a wrongful arrest.