Porn-star dad accused of LGBT club massacre talks about homophobia in first interview

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MMA-fighter-turned-porn-actor Aaron Franklin Brink had an immediate reaction when he learned that his 22-year-old son was charged with killing five people and injuring 18 others last weekend, which Was in a massive crossfire for catering at a Colorado Springs nightspot. LGBTQ community.

A defense attorney called Sunday night and told Brink, who lives in Southern California, that Anderson Lee Aldrich had been arrested for the massacre at Club Q.

“They started telling me about the incident, which involved multiple people,” Brink said Tuesday in an interview with CBS 8 outside his San Diego home. And then I find out it’s a gay bar. I said, ‘God, is he gay?’ I was scared, ‘Shit, is he gay?’ And he’s not gay, so I said, ‘Phhewww…'”

has appeared in films like Brink my milf boss 8, i want to titty fuckedAnd Latina Slut Academytold CBS 8, “You know Mormons don’t do homosexuals. We don’t do homosexuals. There are no homosexuals in the Mormon Church. We don’t do homosexuals. (The Mormon Church has confirmed that Aldrich was a member but some Haven’t been active for a while.)

In a court filing late Tuesday, attorneys for Aldrich, who changed his name to Nicholas Franklin Brink in 1986 to avoid his father’s scandalous past, said Aldrich is non-binary, adding that “They use he/those pronouns.”

However, booking records list Aldrich’s gender as male. Additionally, in text messages from the day of the shooting, which were shown to The Daily Beast by a source close to Aldrich, Aldrich’s mother called her son he and she.

The Daily Beast was unable to reach Brink for comment. A call was answered Wednesday morning by the name of Brink’s wife, a woman who declined to give her name but said she was a “relative.”

“We’re taking it one day at a time,” she told The Daily Beast. “After all is said and done, there really is nothing to do.”

Aldrich allegedly opened fire at Club Q shortly before midnight on 19 November, before being subdued by two bystanders. Aldrich was initially hospitalized with unspecified injuries, but was transferred to the El Paso County Jail on Tuesday, according to officials.

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Anderson Lee Aldrich appeared in court on Wednesday via video link.

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A relative told The Daily Beast shortly after Aldrich’s arrest that Aldrich, Brink and Aldrich’s mother, Laura Voepel, among others in the family, have long raised red flags.

“I don’t want anything to do with that part of the family,” said the relative, asking that his name not be used to avoid being implicated again. “They’ve always had problems, a lot of problems… I’m completely frustrated with that side of the family right now.”

In Brink’s interview with CBS 8, he apologized for Aldrich’s alleged actions and said that “there’s no excuse to go and kill people. If you’re killing people, something’s wrong. That’s not the answer.” .

At the same time, Brink, a recovering methamphetamine user who once appeared on the reality show InterferenceHe said “appreciated [Aldrich] Really quick to violent behavior. I told him it worked. It is instant and you will get instant results.”

Brink also said she did not know Aldrich was still alive, telling CBS 8 that Voepel called her in 2016 and said her son had changed his name to Anderson Lee Aldrich, then committed suicide.

“I thought he was dead,” Brink said. “I mourned his loss. I went through a meltdown and felt I had lost my son … His mother told me she changed her name because I was in Interference And I was a porno actor.

Aldrich, still only a month before Nicholas Brink, turned 16, filed a notarized affidavit in a Texas court stating, “The minor himself + his birth father + his criminal history.” Wants to protect his future from the father. The father has no contact with the minor since many years.’

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Six months earlier, Brink said that a very much alive Aldrich called him out of the blue. According to Brink, the two had not spoken in six years, but the conversation quickly turned into a sparring match.

Brink, who described himself as a conservative Republican in the interview, told CBS 8, “He’s pissed off.” He wants to hit the old man.

Aldrich had been accused of using violence even before the Club Q shooting.

Aldrich was arrested last year after police said he threatened to blow up the Colorado Springs house where Voepel was living. The charges were later dropped, and Colorado’s red flag laws, which allowed police to confiscate Aldrich’s guns, apparently were not triggered. (According to reports, the rifle used in the Club Cue shooting was purchased legally.)

Show video Club Q suspect threatens to blow mother’s home to ‘holy hell’

Brink, who did federal time for marijuana importation in the late 1990s, said he still loved Aldrich in light of the allegations, and offered an apology to the victims.

“I’m sorry for your loss,” he told CBS 8. “Life is so fragile and it’s valuable. Those people’s lives were precious. You know, they’re valuable. They’re good people, probably. It’s not something you kill someone for. I’m sorry I Disappointed his son.

Aldrich made his first court appearance on Wednesday afternoon. He was ordered to be held without bail.

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