Haughwout denied allegations he assaulted two Clinton officers in 2015 and said police harassed him because of his videos.
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He made headlines in 2014 when he posted a video of himself being assaulted by a woman upset he was flying a drone at a state beach.
He posted the weaponized drone videos a year later. Federal authorities investigated but never filed charges.
Haughwout is facing another trial on charges of enticing minors and child pornography possession, which he denies.