Redmond O'Neal has been sued by one of the men he allegedly attacked last year during a violent crime spree, and the alleged victim claims the son of Farrah Fawcett stabbed him in the head during a drug-fueled rage.
According to documents obtained by The Blast, Steven Jaco claims he was attacked by 34-year-old O'Neal last year in Venice, CA. Jaco claims O'Neal attacked "without provocation," and was wielding his fists, along with some sort of "spike."
Jaco, who insists O'Neal was under the influence of drugs, claims he was stabbed "on the right side of his skull, near the side of his left eye and his temple."
The spike O'Neal was wielding allegedly penetrated over 2 inches into the man's skull, and the victim collapsed into unconsciousness after feeling "excruciating pain."
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Jaco claims he has incurred tons of medical expenses, along with not being able to work, and now wants to go after O'Neal for the damages.
The man claims the incident occurred on June 9, 2018 -- but he may have his dates a little off -- because June 9 was the day O'Neal was actually charged in connection with a violent crime spree he had carried out around town in the previous weeks. As we reported, he was connected to 5 violent incidents, and was charged with attempted murder, two counts of assault with a deadly weapon, criminal threats, brandishing a knife and battery.
Meanwhile, O'Neal remains behind bars until his next hearing in July.