Madonna’s Homeless Brother Injured During Arrest In Michigan

Madonna’s homeless brother was injured after resisting arrest in Michigan.

Anthony Ciccone allegedly put up a fight with police while they are attempting to take him into custody. Officers were arresting the man on an outstanding warrant for trespassing.

When Madonna’s homeless brother was approached by the police in a public bathroom, he decided to put up a fight. He was thrown to the ground in the process. Ciccone hit his head on the ground, causing a nasty cut on his face.

Police Captain Brian Heffner said they received a call from the Grand Traverse County Civic Center about a man who was harassing people inside the bathroom. It was there that the confrontation took place.

“He pulled away, turned around and confronted the female officer in an aggressive manner. She turned him around and brought him to the ground, which is when he struck his face on the bathroom floor,” Heffner explained.

Madonna’s brother was intoxicated at the time of his arrest. Under Michigan state law, anyone who blows a 0.08 percent is considered drunk. His blood-alcohol level was reportedly 0.40 percent.

Anthony Ciccone required nine stitches in his forehead after he hit his head on the bathroom floor. It’s unclear if he remains behind bars.

Madonna’s brother told the Daily Mail last month that his sister didn’t care whether or not he was alive or dead. He said the singer was too wrapped up in her own world to care about the fact that he is currently homeless.

“I never loved her in the first place, she never loved me. We never loved each other. My father would be very happy if I died of hypothermia and then he would not have to worry about it anymore,” Ciccone said.

What do you think about Madonna’s older brother getting arrested for hassling people in a public bathroom? Do you think the singer should help her sibling with his problems?

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