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He said he was assaulted by the MSU Hockey team but now there's new information about what really happened to Brandon Carmack.
About a month ago, 20-year-old Brandon Carmack went public with a story, saying MSU hockey players beat him up at an off-campus party but now Carmack is facing 5 separate charges in that case.
We took a closer look at the police report that lead to those charges and it shows a very different story than the one we originally heard from Carmack.
The report reveals Carmack as the aggressor and not the victim.
Page after page paints a picture of Brandon Carmack on August 28th as "drunk", "aggressive" and "acting erratically."
While Carmack's testimony argues he was "hit from behind" for "pretty much no reason," multiple witnesses say Carmack showed up at a house party, began arguing with his ex-girlfriend and then grabbed her by the neck and said he "wasn't leaving without her."
Witnesses say others at the party, including MSU hockey players, were "forced to step in for the woman's safety."
That's when Carmack became aggressive towards the group.
The report says he punched others in the face and they fought back in self defense.
But it didn't stop there, witnesses say he went back to his ex- girlfriend, put her in a head lock and tried to drag her from the house.
The ex-girlfriend's mother's statement shows the two dated for about a year in what she calls a "turbulent" relationship.
She says when her daughter broke it off with Carmack he began stalking her and told her he would "ruin her life."
But apparently she wasn't the only target.
According to the ex-girlfriend's testimony, Carmack called her on the way to the hospital early August 28th and told her he knew exactly who he was going to "pin it on."
Carmack is charged with domestic violence, stalking, making a false police report and 2 counts of assault.
We reached out to his parents on Thursday night but they didn't return our calls.
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