THE moment drunk ex-Trump campaign manager Brad Parscale moaned that his wife won't have sex with him during his "gun suicide" arrest was caught on bodycam footage.
"I just couldn't accept she isn't having sex with me," Parscale, 44, sobbed to a female police officer.
He continued: "I just couldn't accept it. Not in months. I couldn't accept it. I just kept asking her."
Cops dashed to Parscale's home in Fort Lauderdale last month after his wife Candice reportedly told them he had "multiple firearms" and was threatening to harm himself.
The former campaign manager was detained and evaluated at the hosptial but was not charged.
Parscale, who was allegedly drunk, was in a two-hour standoff with the cops before he left the house and was taken into custody.
Further footage heard Brad claiming that his wife was plotting to steal his money,
He said: "She knows exactly what she is doing. It is the most baller move of all time. It is the most checkmate, f**k you, move of all time. It is un-f**king-believable.
"I'm gonna throw you in the hospital and act like you're f**king killing yourself. I'm gonna take all your money and by the time you get out, you can't do anything about it."
At the time his wife, Candice, told cops that Brad had beat her, but later said that her statements were "misconstrued," according to Politico.
Police previously said he was alone in the house at the time and officers had managed to negotiate with him to leave the property safely.
"We went out and it was very short. We went and got him help," Police Chief Karen Dietrich told the Sun Sentinel.
She added that Parscale did not threaten officers and was willingly detained before being taken to hospital from his home in the Seven Isles community.
“When officers arrived on scene, they made contact with the reportee (the wife) who advised her husband was armed, had access to multiple firearms inside the residence and was threatening to harm himself,” Fort Lauderdale police said in a statement.
“Officers determined the only occupant inside the home was the adult male. Officers made contact with the male, developed a rapport, and safely negotiated for him to exit the home.”
If you or someone you know is affected by any of the issues raised in this story, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 800-273-TALK (8255) or text Crisis Text Line at 741741.
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