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According to legal documents, Clarence Evans claims he arrived at a home in Houston, Texas, on March 29, 2010, to attend a business meeting with Slim Thug -- born Stayve Jerome Thomas -- and Raymond Thomas, III, only to be attacked once he was inside the residence. Evans describes the weapon used in the altercation as a pistol.
"Soon after entering the home, Defendants suddenly and without warning attacked Plaintiff and violently struck Plaintiff in the face using the end of a pistol," a court document revealed. "Defendants participated in the attack and directed the other attendees of the business meeting to attack Plaintiff and steal any money Plaintiff had in his pockets at the time."
Evans, who's represented by attorney Brant Stogner, seeks punitive damages for aggravated assault, theft and gross negligence. He also claims he sustained the following damages: medical, hospital and pharmaceutical charges and expenses in the past, lost wages and loss of wage earning capacity in the past, pain and suffering in the past, loss of property damages, disfigurement in the past, among others.