Brian Mann Wiki, Biography, Age, Family, Height, Fast Facts

Brian Mann Wiki, Biography

Brian Mann, 34, allegedly tried to kill his estranged wife, Hannah Pettey, by poisoning her. Brian works as a chiropractor in Alabama and the couple was supposedly divorcing. According to multiple court documents, Mann forced his wife Hannah to “unintentionally ingest lead particles.”

The Alabama chiropractor was charged with the attempted murder of his wife. Brian Mann reportedly wanted to slowly poison Hannah to her death. It is alleged that he gave her pills claiming they were good for her health, however they allegedly contained traces of lead. The pills were given to Hannah in the summer of 2021 and she continued to take them until the end of the year.

As a result of suspected lead poisoning, Bran Mann’s wife, Hannah, was admitted to the hospital in January 2022 and spent about two months there. Brian was arrested in September 2022.

Brian Mann gave Hannah lead pills and claimed they would “strengthen her immune system” from her.

Brian Mann, 34, of Hartselle, was arrested in September 2022 for allegedly poisoning his wife with lead particles in 2021. He was charged with the attempted murder of his wife. Hannah Pettey, 24, has reportedly spent two months at the University of Alabama Hospital in Birmingham while recovering from suspected lead poisoning. She filed for divorce just days after being released from the hospital.

Brian allegedly gave his wife pills and told her that they would “boost her immune system” from her. The same has been confirmed by Pettey’s lawyer as well. The chiropractor was granted a release on a $500,000 bond, so he could pay child support and alimony for Hannah and her children.

He was then asked to hand over his passport. After failing to do the same, Brian Mann was arrested again. The New York Post reported that Brian’s passport has yet to be released to authorities.

After Brian’s arrest in September, his father filed an affidavit that read:

“I think Brian is not a flight risk. He has invested much of his life and resources in Morgan County, Alabama, and I believe he intends to remain in Morgan County, Alabama for the duration of this process.”

Judge Charles Elliott, who released Brian Mann, added that he was at a “crossroads” in the case. Elliott mentioned that the longer Brian stayed in prison, the more Hannah and her children would not get financial support from him. According to court documents, the Hartselle resident is currently $8,000 behind on his expenses. It has also been confirmed that the couple’s divorce proceedings are on hold.

According to a complaint filed by Pettey:

“[Brian Mann] perpetrated acts of assault against his person…by intentionally causing him to inadvertently ingest lead particles.”

The attorneys representing Brian requested a reduction in the value of the bond from $500,000 to $250,000, however, it was denied. His legal representatives also claimed that his passport was marked and that Brian Mann could not use it even if he still had it.

Brian and Hannah have been married for around five years and have two children together.

Alabama chiropractor will remain behind bars from 4 p.m. m. Fridays until 8 a.m. m. on Monday

Despite the release, several restrictions have been placed on Brian. He is not allowed to leave his residence before 8 am or after 6 pm local time.

He also has to spend time in jail from 4 pm on Fridays to 8 am on Mondays. Aside from these restrictions, Brian Mann is required to have an ankle monitor and is prohibited from contacting Hannah or consuming alcohol. Mann also has to go through frequent drug checks.

Investigators allegedly discovered that Mann had five life insurance policies that would become payable on the death of his wife. He would also reap collective benefits worth $1.3 million. Supposedly, Brian had applied for two more policies worth $1.5 million, which would also be payable on Hannah’s death, however, they were rejected.

Mann was being held at the Morgan County Jail. Judge Elliott was unwilling to release Brian Mann, but noted that his release was necessary for the financial situation of his wife and his children.

In addition to attempted murder, Brian Mann also faces negligence charges in a separate lawsuit. In November 2020, it was alleged that he injured a patient causing her extreme back pain and preventing her from walking. The case is currently ongoing, and authorities will share more details soon.