Police say Phillip Don Oliver, who's also known as "Showtime" and "Wild Thing," went to a northside apartment to collect $200,000 he thought the resident owed a man named "Rico."
How he went about trying to get it is the twisted stuff of a porn maker trying to out-Tarantino Tarantino. Don't read any more if you're easily grossed out.
Court documents say Oliver forced the resident inside by threatening him with a gun. Eventually he collected the man's wife and mother-in-law and forced them all to disrobe in the bathroom. There he made the man kneel down and stick his head in the toilet while he repeatedly flushed it.
And then things really started to get weird.
The victim said "'Showtime' inserted the barrel of a firearm (handgun) into his rectum as he knelt on the floor," court documents say. He then "removed the barrel from the rectum area and inserted it into the mouth of [the victim's] wife."
He was joking and laughing as he did all this, the victim says.
Oliver then pointed his gun at the head of the couple's infant daughter. He ordered the victim "to insert his penis into the mouth of his mother-in-law. [The victim said] he hesitated and initially refused, but was again ordered to do so and feared 'Showtime' would shoot his daughter."
The victim said he complied and "'Showtime' ordered [the mother-in-law] to perform sex on [the victim]."
The victim insisted he had never heard of Rico or any $200,000 debt, and eventually Oliver and his accomplice, who had been guarding the front door, left.
The police eventually tracked Oliver to his home in the Swiss Village apartments near Hempstead Road and arrested him. He faces charges of aggravated sexual assault and aggravated robbery.
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