Democratic donor Ed Buck is seen with Hillary Clinton in 2016. Gemmel Moore, who died in Buck’s home, is seen on the right side. (Facebook)
The mother of a man who died in a West Hollywood apartment of a prominent Democratic party donor, Ed, Buck filed a wrongful death lawsuit on Tuesday.
LaTisha Nixon, who allegedly said the name Buck and the Los Angeles County District Attorney as a defendant in the lawsuit, she grew frustrated after the authorities on a criminal complaint for 2017 overdose death of her 26-year-old son Gemmel Moore.
Moore, a black male escort, was found by police on July 27, 2017, within the 63-year-old in the apartment. Moore’s death was first as an accidental overdose of methamphetamine.
Buck, a well-known figure in LGBT political circles, has more than $500,000 to a number of Democratic groups and candidates — including Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama and Los Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti.
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According to NBC4, the lawsuit was filed in LA Superior Court claiming wrongful death, sexual battery, hatred, violence, drug-dealer liability, negligence, infliction of emotional distress, and two violations of citizens ‘ rights. Nixon throws also Buck in person administration of the drug, took her son’s life.
Buck ‘ s attorney Seymour Amster said, she still has the suit, but the fight against the accusations, vowed to “vigorously,” adding that it “is more to the story than told.”
The Prosecutor’s office reportedly declined to comment.
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Moore’s death was first as an accidental overdose. According to a further investigation by writings in Moore’s journal, and the pressure of his family, the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office concluded that the “evidence is not sufficient to prove beyond a reasonable doubt” that Buck Moore gave drugs to, or is responsible for his death.
Last month, a second black man, Timothy Dean, was found dead of a drug overdose in Buck’s home. Dean, 55, allegedly had a death, a relationship with a Buck years before Moore’s.
Dean allegedly warned to avoid his friends Buck and called him a “f—ing devil” and “a terrible, terrible man.”
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Dean said, explicitly said, a friend in the event that he had no intention of visiting the Buck, and that “he does not want to end up dead.”
Hollie McKay and Christopher Carbone contributed to this report.