The boyfriend of Breonna Taylor, the Louisville EMT killed by police during a raid earlier this year, filed a civil complaint Tuesday against the city and police department.

Kenneth Walker “has already sustained life-long trauma, still fears harm from those who consider him a danger and seek to take away his freedom again,” according to a complaint filed by his lawyer, Steve Romines, in Jefferson County District Court.

Louisville police Sgt. Lamont Washington told NBC News they do not comment on pending litigation. The mayor’s office and county attorney did not immediately respond to requests for comment.