Discretion Advised: Woman Says Pictures Prove She Was Beaten By Shreveport Police

A Shreveport Police officer has been fired, after a woman in police custody claims she was beaten by him.
Angie Garbarino says back on November 17th, while in police custody, she was beaten, and she has the pictures she says proves it.
Garbarino did not want to go on camera, but did tell us her side of the story.
On November 17th Garbarino says she was in police custody when she says the officer at the time, tried to give her a breathalyzer test.
Garbarino refused the test. At that point, she says she was beaten by the officer.
Garbarino's attorney has police video of Garbarino at the police station after she was taken into custody.
Garbarino says she was taken to Christus Schumpert Hospital with bruises all over her body, including two black eyes and a broken nose.
KSLA has learned the officer involved incident, Officer Wiley Willis, was fired over the weekend.
KSLA attempted to reach, Ron Miciotto, Garbarino's attorney and also Eron Brainard, the lawyer for Officer Willis for comments.
We also tried to talk to Police Chief Henry Whitehorn but so far, those calls have gone unanswered.

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