A 19-year-old Milwaukee man had to be subdued and pepper sprayed Friday after reacting violently in court to a sentence of life in prison without parole.

Seandell Jackson received a life sentence for the murder of University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee student Nathan Potter in a botched robbery.

In February police say Jackson approached the college student and demanded he give him his money, when the boy told him he didn’t have any, he shot him.

Sheriff Deputies were on edge at the sentencing Friday because Jackson has a track record of bad behavior in the court room.

At previous proceedings he was seen smiling and leering at the victim’s family and would often curse and yell at them.

When he heard he was receiving life with no chance of parole, sheriff’s rushed to subdue him and had to wrestle him to the ground. He is seen flipping one officer over his shoulder.

Members of his family can be heard in the video screaming and crying while one of the relatives reportedly told the victim’s family,

“I hate you, I hate you all.”

Check out the video below.

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