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YouTuber Calum McSwiggan Insists He Was Assaulted While A Witness Says He Was 'Acting Crazy' — And Now He's Facing ANOTHER Charge!
This scary story just keeps getting more and more complicated.
While the LGBT lifestyle vlogger alleges he was jumped by three strangers after leaving the El Lay hotspot, police investigating the incident say the Brit showed no signs of injury or evidence of any attack.
In fact, they arrested him for vandalizing a car after the altercation, but he was transferred to a hospital after he began to hurt himself in the holding cell.
And now, in addition to the vandalism charge, the internet celeb is also being charged with filing a false police report.
According to WEHOville, the online personality was faced with the new charge on Wednesday at LAX Courthouse.
However, the UK native took to Facebook that same day to insist that he's telling the truth about the night's events, describing the alleged attack:
Orlando Police Release Full Minute-By-Minute Account Of Shooting, From 'Unknown Trouble' To 'Bad Guy Down'
It was the worst mass shooting in U.S. history, and now we know exactly how it happened.
On Tuesday, Orlando police have released a minute-by-minute narrative of the Pulse nightclub shooting — made up of the 911 calls, texts, and other contact that victims made as they were under siege inside the dance club.
The attack, which left 49 people dead and scores more injured, began just after 2:00 a.m. on June 12, with the first 911 call being logged at 2:02:54, according to the newly released report.
That call identified the incident as "unknown trouble," and just three seconds later, a call came in of "shots fired," and seven seconds after that of "shots still being fired."
The report merges multiple calls from that point for clarity, and reveals one caller hiding "upstairs" in a