‘Django Unchained’ singer incarcerated after 911 indecent-exposure call

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Los Angeles military pronounced Sunday that officers were responding to a 911 caller’s censure of faulty bearing Thursday when they incarcerated singer Daniele Watts.

Watts, who seemed in a film “Django Unchained,” pronounced on her Facebook criticism that she was handcuffed after kissing her messenger in public.

Police pronounced a tourist complained that a masculine and a womanlike were concerned in faulty bearing inside a Silver Mercedes with a automobile doorway open. Patrol officers and a sergeant from North Hollywood Division responded to a 11900 retard of Ventura Boulevard in Studio City and “located dual people that matched a outline of a suspects, and they were quickly detained,” authorities said.

“Upon serve review it was dynamic that no crime had been committed,” military pronounced in a prepared statement. “Ms. Watts and her messenger were subsequently released.”

An inner censure review has been instituted per a incident, military said.

A video on Instagram shows Watts, who is African American, in shackles and visibly dissapoint while vocalization with a military officer.

“I put my hands behind my behind and we only stood there — we guys came and grabbed me,” a handcuffed Watts says to an officer in a video, revelation him they did so “for no reason.”

A print on Watts’ Facebook criticism also shows a singer handcuffed and crying, in a T-shirt, gym shorts and using shoes, while a military officer looks on.

“Today we was handcuffed and incarcerated by 2 military officers … after refusing to determine that we had finished something wrong by display affection, entirely clothed, in a open place,” Watts wrote on her page.

Watts wrote that she had been vocalization with her father on her cellphone when an officer approached her. A few mins later, dual military officers put her in handcuffs.

“As we was sitting in a behind of a military car, we remembered a large times my father came home undone or flustered by a cops when he had finished zero wrong,” Watts wrote.

Watts’ manager declined to criticism Sunday.

The occurrence comes weeks after Beverly Hills military officers handcuffed and incarcerated Charles Belk, an African American film writer who was visiting a city to attend a pre-Emmy party. Police officials after voiced regret, job a occurrence “extremely unfortunate.”

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2:39 p.m.: This post has been updated with a LAPD observant officers who incarcerated Daniele Watts were responding to a 911 call stating faulty exposure.

The initial chronicle of this post was published during 12:25 p.m.

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