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Hillary's Shame: Nephew Tyler Clinton Arrested For Assault With Deadly Weapon!

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Nov. 10 2016, Updated 1:27 p.m. ET

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Hillary Clinton has suffered even more embarrassment after losing the race to President-elect Donald Trump.

Her nephew Tyler Clinton, 22, was arrested on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon after allegedly striking a man over the head with a bottle in a violent bar brawl, can exclusively reveal.

In a mugshot obtained exclusively by, the professional model looks bleary-eyed, and appears to have an angry boil on his forehead.

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It's a far cry from his typical smoldering stare in carefully-lit photos.

Cops say the attack unfolded in the early hours of June 18, 2015 at a Spanish music club in Fullerton, California.

Sergeant Jon Radus of Fullerton Police Department confirmed the altercation.

“On June 18, 2015 at approximately 12:16 AM, Fullerton Police officers were dispatched to the 1400 block of S. Lemon Street regarding an altercation at a night club,” Radus told Online. “Upon arrival, they contacted a male, later identified as Tyler Clinton, who had already been detained by Security at the night club.

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“Victims and witnesses accused Clinton of striking the victim over the head with a beer bottle."

"Based on the allegations and statements taken at the scene, in addition to statements provided by Clinton, Clinton was placed under arrest for assault with a deadly weapon."

For unknown reasons, the Orange County District Attorney’s Office declined to press charges.

Tyler, the son of Bill’s bad boy half-brother Roger Clinton Jr., attended the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia alongside his politician aunt in August.

Roger recently found himself in trouble with the law after being arrested for DUI.

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