Clayton County Sheriff Victor Hill, suspended from office after his April indictment on four counts of federal civil rights violations for strapping inmates at the county jail into restraint chairs for hours at a time—and already the subject of a civil suit filed by one of those inmates—has been hit with a second lawsuit by another inmate making similar claims.

A complaint filed in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia said that, on Dec. 26 plaintiff Mitavion Williams was arrested without incident on Dec. 26 “unarmed, not under the influence of drugs and offered no resistance” when he was strapped into the restraint chair for more than four hours with his hands cuffed behind his back.