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Video: 'No Ordinary Family' Star Confronts Cop for Pulling Gun on Him

March 10, 2011 (9:23 am) GMT
In the video taped using his phone, Romany Malco asks a police woman for her name and badge number after she drew a gun on him for no apparent reason.

has taped his verbal confrontation with a police woman in Hawthorne, California after she pulled a gun on him. In a video recorded using his phone, the actor playing George St. Cloud on ABC's "" can be seen asking the officer for her name and badge number, which she provides.

The incident took place shortly after 7 P.M. on Tuesday night, March 8. Moments earlier, the 42-year-old actor was pulled over by the officer. To TMZ, he claimed that for no apparent reason she approached his car with her gun drawn and began yelling, "Roll all the windows down and put your hands out the window ... everyone!!"

Romano claimed that he grabbed his wallet and put his hands out the window. He further recalled it was then that he noticed the officer pulled a gun on him. He went on to share that he then shouted, "Since you've made the assumption that I'm a criminal ... you've got your gun drawn ... are you gonna shoot me? I dare you, please."

TMZ reported that Hawthorne PD explained that Romany drove out of the same parking lot where three black males, suspected of casing a nearby T-Mobile store, had fled. According to the police, they have reviewed their in-dash camera as well as Romany's video, and believe it was handled correctly.



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