Video goes viral of mayor's son hurling gay slur at police officer for pulling him over: 'I'm about to get you fired'
The 22-year-old son of the mayor of Denver had a complete meltdown and berated, ridiculed and cursed a police officer during a confrontational cop stop that was caught on bodycam video, the Daily Mail reports.
Jordan, the son of Mayor Michael Hancock, lost control after getting pulled over for speeding and threatened to get the officer fired saying: “Guess what? I’m about to get you fired you f***ing b****h.”
He then went into a tirade and cursed the officer out saying: “My dad’s the mayor, you f****ing f****t,” calling him a gay slur.
Denver 7 posted the shocking bodycam video. When Jordan made mention that his father was the Mayor of Denver, the officer responded to Jordan’s off-handed remarks saying: “Of Denver? Well you’re in Aurora.” The officer was issuing the ticket in the Aurora district.
The officer then quips: “Your father is going to be proud.”
Jordan was given a $250 speeding ticket for driving 65mph in a 40mph zone. The officer wrote on the ticket: “Attitude very poor-see video.”
The Mayor Michael Hancock released this statement about his son’s behavior:
“We addressed this matter with Jordan and he has apologized to the officer,” Michael Hancock said in a statement.
“While we do not support nor condone his inexcusable actions and words during this traffic stop, we love our son dearly and support him.”