Former Michigan assistant attorney general Andrew Shirvell had been warned not to use government resources to launch anti-gay attacks two months before he targeted gay student Chris Armstrong, first reported.

According to a 586-page report compiled by the attorney general's office, Shirvell previously attacked former Representative Leon Drolet in an email. Drolet, a Republican, now chairs the Michigan Taxpayers Alliance, a group devoted to lowering taxes in the state.

“The grassroots will NEVER let you and your [gay slur] … hijack our pro-life, pro-family party in pursuit of your PERVETED radical homosexual agenda,” Shirvell wrote to Drolet and others.

Shirvell was warned by supervisors not to use state resources that way again and not to “engage in that conduct again” after the agency received a complaint about the email.

The University of Michigan alum, however, dismissed the warning and went on to torment Armstrong, the openly gay president of the Michigan Student Assembly at the University of Michigan.

The civil servant attacked Armstrong on the Internet, at his home and at university events. At his now private blog Chris Armstrong Watch, the official accused the student of preying on impressionable freshman, of being “Satan's representative on the student assembly,” and labeled Armstrong a Nazi, a racist, a liar and an elitist.

The report brings to light new details about an alleged “police raid” on an Armstrong party.

Shirvell created a dramatic scene when he called police after he witnessed someone urinating outside the house. When the officers arrived, he documented the “raid.”

“This 'raid' was played up in AAG Shirvell's blog the following day as a 'stunning turn of events' with 'exclusive pictures and video' of police 'descending' on Mr. Armstrong's house,” the report said.

Shivell was fired by then-Attorney General Mike Cox, a Republican, who at first defended his employee's actions as free speech. Shirvell “repeatedly violated office policies, engaged in borderline stalking behavior and inappropriately used state resources,” Cox said in a statement.