This girl cried wolf to the NAACP saying her and her boyfriend were racially profiled. Now, the information has come to light that they were banging in her car.
Watts’ obnoxious acting stood out to me in Weeds. This girl has some issues! In her TMZ audio, she won’t give the officer her ID for no reason. The little snarf puts her dad on speakerphone and tries to get him to talk to the police in the “brat play of the day.”
She claimed she was then arrested for kissing her white boyfriend, but the pictures showed her riding him.
“An eyewitness who saw Daniele and Brian as he worked in a nearby office tells TMZ … Brian was sitting in the passenger seat with his feet on the curb and Daniele was straddling him with her shirt pulled up — breasts exposed. The eyewitness says she was grinding on top of him, rocking back and forth.
Someone from the office went down and asked Daniele and Brian to stop because everyone in the office could see them but they continued.
The eyewitnesses say Brian then began “horizontally bongoing her boobs back and forth.” He says she eventually reached into the center console, grabbed a tissue, wiped him down and then herself and tossed it on the grass.
Someone from the office called the cops and made an indecent exposure complaint. TMZ obtained police audio when the cops came out, and Daniele played the race and fame cards.”
This is poignant because there really is an issue of police and racism, and this Hollywood power is belittling it. Shame, shame, shame on you, snarfette.
“It’s like crying wolf. And crying wolf. After a while it has no meaning,” said Dr. Earl Ofari Hutchinston to NBC News in Los Angeles. Hutchinson is the president and founder of the Urban Policy Roundtable.
“You must have your facts. You cannot rush to judgment,” said Hutchinson, seemingly about both his initial reaction and the media’s haste to report the Watts incident as being racially motivated. “There was probable cause for the stop. There was probable cause for the detention,” he expressed to NBC.
In a joint statement released by Hutchinson and Najee Ali, who heads an activist group called Project Islamic Hope, the two posited that Watts’ claims undermine and have actually caused damage to the legitimacy of future incidences of racial profiling:
Civil rights leaders take the charge of racial profiling seriously, and [it] is not to be claimed frivolously. Anyone who uses that charge to cover wrongdoing will be denounced. This is the case with Watts, and this will send the message that there must be grounds for claims of racial profiling to be credible.
Use of race/fame card by haughty Django actress, #DanieleWatts, diminishes the credibility of legitimate claims of cop misconduct. #tcot
— Larry Elder (@larryelder) September 17, 2014
And entertainment reporter Marcellas Reynolds agreed with activists that Watts should say she’s sorry:
Disgusted by #DanieleWatts. We defended you. We believed your tears. Shameless. You owe every1 an apology especially those truly victimized.
— Marcellas Reynolds (@MarqueeMarc) September 17, 2014
via Activists to ‘Django’ Actress: You ‘Cried Wolf,’ Now Apologize to the Police.
“Civil rights leaders in Los Angeles are demanding that she apologize to the officers and community because when she made the allegations of racial profiling, which we take extremely seriously, we were in the forefront of speaking up for her,” Najee Ali, the president of Project Islamic Hope, told The News.
But Ali added he was disappointed Watts has declined to apologize — saying she doesn’t have the guts to admit she was wrong.