Bryan Tew threatens lawsuit against San Diego YMCA

Bryan Tew has sent a legal demand letter to the YMCA telling them to put a stop to all of the supposed stalking and harassment that is going on against him or else.

Think of it as a “thank you” for all of the free/low-cost community services that the YMCA of San Diego has provided, services that they don’t even have to provide (it’s a non-profit, non-gov’t entity), to Bryan Tew.

YMCA management, if you are reading this post, please understand that Bryan Tew is diagnosed with schizoaffective disorder by a psychologist and suffers from paranoid delusions. While you have a noble mission, Bryan Tew has a criminal record of physical violence and there will only be more drama if you allow him to stay. Talk to your lawyers but I would advise banning him from your property and having SDPD issue a “trespass warning” that makes it an arrestable offense for Bryan to return.

2 thoughts on “Bryan Tew threatens lawsuit against San Diego YMCA”

  1. Looks like Tew got his clock cleaned again. And of course he called the police on the guy. Now, don’t the police have Tew on file? He has made numerous 911 calls over nothing, wasted the paramedics time and resources, and skipped out on a court date. Are all of Tew’s fights just looked at as a couple homeless guys bickering and having a scuffle? At this point Tew has degenerated into a run of the mill homeless man with mental issues. Still better than his aimless world travel.

  2. Bryan Tew’s most recent video as of the evening of Wednesday, April 11th, 2018 was posted 8 days ago (April 3rd), where he’s complaining about “SUPER TACHYCARDIA” (probably supraventricular tachycardia), but he did post a comment on April 11th where he says that “Ambulance EMTs” refuse to transport him to hospital because he won’t let them stick wires on his chest to monitor his heart.

    So, in other words, Bryan Tew is complaining about serious heart issues (real or imagined) for which he needs treatment but he won’t let paramedics conduct a basic, non-intrusive procedure in order to properly diagnose his heart condition?

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