Brooks’ later deleted his mortifying tweet and reshared the image after cropping out his personal details.
Meanwhile, one of Swalwell’s lawyers challenged the politicians accusations.
Philip Andonian said in a statement to CNN: "No one entered or even attempted to enter the Brooks’ house. That allegation is completely untrue. A process server lawfully served the papers on Mo Brooks’ wife, as the federal rules allow.
"This was after her initial efforts to avoid service. Mo Brooks has no one but himself to blame for the fact that it came to this. We asked him to waive service, we offered to meet him at a place of his choosing.
Instead of working things out like a civilized person, he engaged in a juvenile game of Twitter trolling over the past few days and continued to evade service. He demanded that we serve him. We did just that.
“The important thing is the complaint has been served and Mo Brooks can now be held accountable for his role in inciting the deadly insurrection at the Capitol."
In the lawsuit, Swalwell alleges that Brooks, along with Trump, his son, Donald Trump Jr., and Giuliani broke Washington DC laws, including an anti-terrorism act, by inciting the riot, and that they aided and abetted violent protesters and inflicted emotional distress on members of Congress.