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Jake Highfill, Iowa Legislative Candidate, Accused Of Disfiguring College Roommate, Brandishing Shotgun

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No candidate likes to face a lawsuit heading into an election, and the allegations found in this court filing are doozies.

A lawsuit filed against Iowa House District 39 Republican nominee Jake Highfill claims that he brought a shotgun to a college party, argued with his roommate during the event and smashed a glass bottle across the man's face, permanently disfiguring him.

Highfill denies any wrongdoing.

The lawsuit filed in Polk County District Court claims Highfill assaulted his roommate and lifelong friend, Carson Kness, at the University of Iowa by striking him with a glass bottle.

Read the whole story at Johnston Patch

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