Darrell Brooks pleaded he was ‘not some monster’ during prior sex abuse case

Darrell Brooks pleaded he was ‘not some monster’ during prior sex abuse case


Accused Wisconsin parade attacker Darrell Brooks once pleaded with a Nevada judge that he was “not some monster” — despite repeatedly violating probation after admitting he molested a 15-year-old girl, court records obtained exclusively by The Post show.

Brooks also begged Nevada Judge Robert Perry to cut him a break in 2007, claiming in a handwritten letter that he was raised without a father and was diagnosed bipolar and manic depressive when he was just 12, according to the records.

“I didn’t have a father growing up, so my mom was stuck raising me and my older sister,” Brooks wrote on July 9, 2007. “We were on welfare for most of my childhood in Milwaukee, Wis. My father was an alcoholic who

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