Paddock’s brother threatened living facility employee after Vegas attack

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More troubling details are coming out this week about the family of Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock, with TMZ reporting on Thursday that Stephen’s brother, Bruce Paddock, voiced a death threat toward one of the employees at the Four Seasons Healthcare & Wellness Center in Southern California.

Bruce Paddock has proven to be a criminal of a lower level than his brother and father, having been arrested for possession of child pornography earlier this month, as well.

Bruce Paddock was ordered to stay 100 yards away from the Four Seasons Healthcare & Wellness Center in Southern California and three of its employees, according to filings reported by TMZ Thursday.

The most recent of his repeated alleged outbursts was Oct. 30, four weeks after his older brother’s attack, when he was accused of saying, “Get the f–k out of my way or I’m going to kill you” to a worker.

Bruce Paddock, 59, had been arrested at the facility five days earlier on child pornography charges, with authorities saying that they had found more than 600 images in a business where he had been staying.

Sources told TMZ earlier this week that the younger Paddock “bragged” about his sibling’s killings, prompting Los Angeles police to do a background check on him and discover an active warrant in the child pornography investigation.

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