Colorado shooting suspect's father, a former MMA fighter and porn star, 'praised' son for 'violent behavior'

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The father of Colorado Springs mass shooting suspect Anderson Lee Aldrich thought his son was dead until six months ago, he told the media in a confusing interview.
Aaron Brink, the Club Q shooter's father, 48, told the media in a somewhat incoherent interview that he "praised" his son for "violent behavior" as a child and believed he committed suicide in 2016.
"I thought he was dead. I mourned his loss. I had gone through a meltdown and I thought I lost my son," Brink told CBS 8.
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Investigators work outside of Club Q on November 22, 2022 in Colorado Springs, Colorado. On Saturday, November 19, a gunman opened fire at the LGBTQ+ nightclub, killing 5 and injuring 25 others before being overpowered by patrons.
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Brink is a former MMA fighter and adult film star. He has struggled with a serious addiction to crystal meth in the past. He believed his son was dead for six years until he received an angry phone call from him six months ago.
Aldrich's father also shed light on his son's upbringing.
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“I praised him very early on for his violent behavior. I told him it works. It's instant and you'll get instant results," Brink said.
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Brink told the outlet his family is "Mormon" and "conservative Republican." He said the first fear he had after hearing the news was that his son might be gay.
“You know Mormons are not gay. We don't do gays. There are no gays in the Mormon Church. We don't do gays," Brink said.
Public defenders representing Aldrich, who is accused of killing five people and injuring 17 others in the shooting at a gay nightclub, have described the 22-year-old as "non-binary" in court documents.
Brink expressed remorse over what his son has been accused of: "There is no excuse for killing people. If you kill people, something is wrong. That's not the answer.”
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"I'm sorry for your loss," Brink said of the victims' families. “Life is so fragile and it is precious. These people's lives were precious. You know they are valuable. They are probably good people. It's not something you kill someone for. I'm sorry I let my son down."
A woman and her daughter pay their respects at a makeshift memorial near Club Q on November 20, 2022 in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
"I love my son no matter what. I love my son," he added.
Fox News' Bradford Betz and Greg Norman contributed to this report.
Aaron Brink
Actor and mixed martial arts (MMA) fighter

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