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Guy Coers, 39

Man who fell ill and vomited into country star Jason Aldean & # 39; s Nashville bar & # 39; was knocked down and beaten by bouncers who left him with a broken nose & # 39;

  • Guy Coers, 39, and Trevor Ault, 24, both executives at Jason Aldean's & Rooftop Bar in Nashville, accused of mistreatment of a patron
  • The victim said he ended up in the bathroom after he got sick when he was attacked
  • For 20 minutes the man said that he was repeatedly beaten in the face, handcuffed and his nose broken
  • The police said the victim was not drunk and did nothing wrong
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Two workers at the bar of country singer Jason Aldean in Nashville were arrested on charges after the police said she had brutally beaten a sick patron who had surrendered in the bathroom.

The incident occurred on Sunday morning at Aldean's Kitchen + Rooftop Bar on Broadway and was reportedly recorded on video.

According to the Metro Police, the victim, who was not mentioned, was held against his will and battered for 20 minutes by bouncer Guy Coers, 39, and staff member Trevor Ault, 24.

Guy Coers, 39

Trevor Ault, 24
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Trevor Ault, 24

Guy Coers, 39 (left), and Trevor Ault, 24 (right), both staff members at Jason Aldean's & Rooftop Bar in Nashville, have been accused of mistreatment of a patron

Aldean, the award-winning country singer ACM and CMA, opened its 27,000 square-foot, four-story entertainment complex last year (photo second left in October 2018)

Aldean, the award-winning country singer ACM and CMA, opened its 27,000 square-foot, four-story entertainment complex last year (photo second left in October 2018)

Aldean, the award-winning country singer ACM and CMA, opened its 27,000 square-foot, four-story entertainment complex last year (photo second left in October 2018)

The patron suffered a broken nose and other injuries that required hospitalization.

According to an incident report obtained by Scoop Nashville, the victim who visited Nashville from the city was not drunk but fell ill and flew into a bathroom in the bar when Coers approached him and told him to leave.

But instead of letting the sick man go out voluntarily, Coers allegedly slapped him in the face while his colleague stopped him.

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The victim said another bouncer later became a member and all three kept beating and choking him on the bathroom floor.

As the attack progressed, Ault reportedly knelt on the floor next to the victim and repeatedly slapped him in the face.

Coers once worked briefly as a correction officer

Coers once worked briefly as a correction officer

Coers would have slapped the sick patron in the face when he was being held by another bouncer

Coers would have slapped the sick patron in the face when he was being held by another bouncer

Coers, who once worked briefly as a correction officer, reportedly slapped the sick patron in the face while being held by another bouncer

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The victim would then have his wrists with handcuffs held behind his back, rolled on his stomach, his face now on the concrete floor and subjected to even more violence.

At one point he was hit with so much force in the back of his head that according to the report his nose was pressed to the ground.

After twenty minutes, the police said the handcuffed patron was led down by staff members, who reportedly dragged his face against a corrugated metal wall, causing him further injuries.

The victim was then cleared away in a back room and warned that if he would call the police, he would be arrested.

Ault is said to have kneeled to the ground beside the victim and repeatedly slapped him in the face

Ault is said to have kneeled to the ground beside the victim and repeatedly slapped him in the face

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Ault is said to have kneeled to the ground beside the victim and repeatedly slapped him in the face

The man did not listen to the bouncers and called the police, who confirmed that the complainant had not committed any crime.

Ault was arrested on an attack sign, while Coers received a quote for mistreatment that caused physical injury.

His Facebook page claims that he has been working at the Metro Moore Sheriff & # 39; s Department in Tennessee since 2014.

However, a staff member at the agency told DailyMail.com on Tuesday that Coers was fired in April 2015 as a county correction official.

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Aldean, the ACM and CMA award-winning country singer, opened his 27,000-square-foot, four-story entertainment complex on Broadway in Nashville a year ago.

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