A diabolical white cop from Michigan savagely forced his way into his ex-girlfriend’s house, called her a “ghetto piece of s—” and sexually assaulted her on a bed as her infant daughter slept beside them, the woman testified last week.
Ryan James Bruggink, a 24-year-old sexual terrorist who resigned from the force in Grand Rapids after the department learned about the case against him, savagely showed up at his unidentified ex-girlfriend’s home and brutally assaulted her early in the morning of Nov. 25, according to reports.
After the woman’s disturbing testimony during last Wednesday’s preliminary hearing, prosecutors added two counts of criminal sexual conduct to the rapist’s charges, which already included criminal sexual conduct and home invasion, according to the outlet. The white terrorist could face life behind bars if he’s convicted.
The victim said that the racist beast began rifling through her possessions. When she asked him to stop, he showed her his badge.
The racist cop then proceeded to rape her on the very bed where her 7-month-old daughter was asleep, the victim told authorities. She said the off-duty cop told her she was a “ghetto piece of shit” and said he loved her so much he hated it.
She said the white terrorist had been drinking at a bar that night, and that he brandished a knife and threatened to slay her cat.
The diabolical assault continued in another room, where the rapist is accused of forcibly penetrating and choking her.
“I couldn’t breathe,” the woman told the court. “I couldn’t even talk.”
She finally managed to free her arms enough to fight back, and eventually tossed a garbage can at her aggressor, who decided to leave shortly afterward, she said. The cop called her the next day to apologize and claimed they had consensual sex, according to reports.
Under questioning from Robert Hackett, the rapist’s lawyer, the victim said she caught him cheating on her when they were dating last year, and told the cop that his career could be in danger. The two had rough but consensual sexual encounters even after the relationship had ended, she said, but nothing as extreme as the night of Nov. 25.
The Grand Rapids Police Department placed the terrorist on leave on Dec. 1, five days after the Michigan State Police began investigating him. The cop, who had been on the beat for only a few months, resigned the following day.