Colorado shooting suspect’s father, a former MMA fighter and porn star, ‘praised’ son for ‘violent behavior’

The father of Colorado Springs mass shooting suspect Anderson Lee Aldrich thought that his son was useless till simply six months in the past, he instructed media in a complicated interview.

Aaron Brink, the 48-year-old father of the Club Q shooter, instructed media in a considerably incoherent interview that he “praised” his son for “violent behavior” as a little one and believed him to have dedicated suicide in 2016.

“I thought he was dead. I mourned his loss. I had gone through a meltdown and thought I had lost my son,” Brink mentioned to local outlet CBS 8.

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Investigators work outdoors of Club Q on Nov. 22, 2022 in Colorado Springs, Colorado. On Saturday, November nineteenth, a gunman opened hearth within the LGBTQ+ nightclub, killing 5 and injuring 25 others, earlier than being subdued by patrons.

Brink is a former MMA fighter and grownup movie star. He has struggled with a severe addiction to crystal meth previously. He believed his son was useless for six years till receiving an irate telephone name from him six months in the past.

Aldrich’s father additionally make clear his son’s upbringing.

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“I praised him for violent behavior really early. I told him it works. It is instant, and you’ll get immediate results,” Brink mentioned.

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Brink instructed the outlet his household is “Mormon” and “conservative Republican.” He mentioned that the primary concern he had after discovering out the information was that his son is homosexual.

“You know Mormons don’t do gay. We don’t do gay. There’s no gays in the Mormon church. We don’t do gay,” Brink mentioned.

Public defenders representing Aldrich, who’s accused of killing 5 individuals and injuring 17 extra within the homosexual nightclub shooting, describe the 22-year-old in courtroom documents as “nonbinary.”

Brink expressed regret for what his son is accused of doing, “There’s no excuse for going and killing people. If you’re killing people, there’s something wrong. It’s not the answer.”

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“I’m sorry for your loss,” Brink mentioned of the victims’ households. “Life is so fragile and it’s valuable. Those people’s lives were valuable. You know, they’re valuable. They’re good people, probably. It’s not something you kill somebody over. I’m sorry I let my son down.”

Colorado Springs Club Q

A lady and her daughter pay their respects at a makeshift memorial close to Club Q on Nov. 20, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

“I love my son no matter what. I love my son,” he added.

Fox News’ Bradford Betz and Greg Norman contributed to this report.

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