Victims In Doe B Shooting Suing Venue; Claim Bouncers Were Bribed

(AllHipHop News) Three of the victims in the December 28th shooting at the Centennial Bar & Grill that left rapper Doe B and two others dead are suing the Montgomery, Alabama locale.

Keldric Landon, Clarence Young, Jr. and Ferro Bennett have filed lawsuits against Centennial (formerly Rose Supper Club and Top Flight), The Flight LLC, its owner Nicole Bankhead, and the club’s security company. They are seeking compensation for medical expenses, loss of work, and pain and suffering.

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London filed his suit on Monday with Young and Bennett following with their joint suit later in the week. Both cases claim that the bouncers at Centennial were bribed to allow weapons into the location.

Court documents state, as a result of the security’s inadequate checking for weapons, all the defendants were negligent or reckless and caused or contributed to the plaintiff’s injuries. Reportedly Young was shot once, Bennett three times, and Landon suffered multiple injuries that required surgery.

Hustle Gang member Doe B (born Glenn Thomas) and Kimberle Johnson were fatally shot during the incident. Timnorius Hamilton died as are result of his injuries from the shooting on January 3rd.

Two men have been charged for the murders. Darius Thomas and Jason McWilliams are currently in police custody and being held without bond.

[ALSO READ: Second Man Arrested In Doe B Murder Case]


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