A Brooklyn man is facing a slew of hate crime charges — and an attempted murder rap — for allegedly assaulting and robbing two men while making anti-gay statements at a Bushwick bodega, authorities said

Jonathan Carter, 31, was busted Wednesday in connection to the attack on the men, 36 and 28, inside the Borhan Food Mart Corp. on Broadway near Weirfield Street around 2:10 a.m. Saturday, authorities said. 

The victims were buying food when Carter and two other men beat them with a glass bottle and a screwdriver and robbed them of an iPhone and cash — all while making homophobic comments, police said. 

Jonathan Carter (right) was arrested for allegedly assaulting and robbing two men while making anti-gay statements. A Brooklyn man is facing a slew of hate crime charges — and an attempted murder rap — for allegedly assaulting and robbing two men while making anti-gay statements at a Bushwick bodega, […]

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