There has been media coverage of a video that went viral over the weekend that appears to shows State Representative Randy Fine hiding under a desk from a process server trying to serve him a subpoena at his public office in Palm Bay.
Fine filed a complaint on his official letterhead and also made a criminal complaint to Brevard County Sheriff’s Office over the matter.
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Fine’s version of events in his written complaint are below which was submitted to Chief Judge Crawford.
“The doctored video only a shows a few seconds of over 15 minutes of violent banging on the doors and windows which only ended after an employee of an adjoining office confronted the assailant,” Fine wrote.
“After working with law enforcement, the Representative learned that the man taking the video was impersonating a process server, and at the direction of Jenkins, committed multiple serious crimes,” he wrote, adding that he planned to press charges against Jenkins, Travis and others over the incident.
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“Until those arrests are made, there will be no further comment,” he added in the statement.
Below are the videos recorded by the process server of the incidents. Readers can decide for themselves if Fine’s version of events matches up with the video evidence.
The sign on Fine’s door has been there since Covid, not as a result of October 7th. Here is a screenshot from the street view of Google Maps a year ago.
In this video, his office assistant is also seen hiding.
Immediately after the attorney called and left a voicemail stating they were trying to serve Fine, the process server returned to the door, repeatedly identifying himself to try and serve the subpoena once again. This time, they had turned off all of the lights. His shirt which says the name of his investigation company can be send in the reflection.
Fine did not show up for the deposition and the below motion for contempt of court was filed.