BLM Leader In Milwaukee Arrested On Suspicion of Sexual Assault


A Black Lives Matter leader who’s led multiple “social justice” rallies in Milwaukee has been arrested on suspicion of rape.

According to the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, 39-yar-old Frank David Sensabaugh, a rapper who goes by the nickname “Frank Nitty,” was arrested by police Monday and charged with felony third-degree sexual assault following an investigation. The arrest was filmed on Facebook Live, including filming an incident toward the end of the arrest when others at the scene got into a physical altercation with police as officers were putting Sensabaugh into a squad car

During the video, as police are handcuffing Sensabaugh, one officer explains that a woman had made a serious allegation of sexual assault against him.

"I don't have any cash on me, so I would appreciate if someone would put some on my books," Sensabaugh then tells his viewers in the livestream.

Before this incident, Sensabaugh was also arrested alongside two others back in August for disorderly conduct and obstruction of traffic, after they blocked traffic along a major highway during a protest march where they planned to walk from Milwaukee to Washington, D.C.

He is currently being held at the Milwaukee County Jail in lieu of a $50,000 bail.


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