FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) - A man hospitalized after a raid at a Fort Worth gay bar says he's still nursing injuries from the incident now that he's home.
Chad Gibson had bruises, muscle strain and bleeding in his brain after his arrest more than a week ago on suspicion of public intoxication at the Rainbow Lounge.
Police have said the 26-year-old injured himself when he fell and hit his head. Witnesses say officers slammed him into the wall and floor and tackled other patrons who were arrested that night.
Police say some of the bar patrons made sexual gestures toward the officers and allege Gibson grabbed a Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission officer's groin. In interviews after his release from the hospital Sunday, Gibson denied groping the officer.
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