OK, the lawsuits weren’t actually filed on consecutive days. Still, Smith and Walker have now been sued separately by each of the two men who allegedly were shot at a for-pay house party Smith hosted in June 2012.
Aaron Reyes has filed the latest lawsuit, in Santa Clara County. Ronndale Esporlas filed the first suit. Esporlas claims that Smith and Walker created a crossfire that resulted in the shooting.
Via CSNBayArea.com, the new civil complaint contends that Smith and Walker knew that gang members and persons armed with weapons were at the party.
Smith was stabbed twice at that same party, reportedly while trying to break up a fight. Per published reports from that time frame, two persons were treated for gunshot wounds at a local hospital, along with Smith.