Entertainment T.I Questions Police Officer About His Arrest in Security Footage, Claims Security Guard Cursed at His Wife

20:01  17 may  2018
20:01  17 may  2018 Source:   billboard.com

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But what happens when a police officer or security guard crosses the line? As a general rule, police may only use the degree of force that is necessary to maintain control of an incident, affect an arrest , or protect the officer or the public from harm.

“It was a scuffle between a guard of the security company and a waiter of Bella Vita,” the officer said, adding that the brawl started over a parking issue. Police arrest 15 men for betting on PSL matches in Karachi's DHA.

Following the news of his arrest, T.I made it clear on Wednesday (May 16) that he felt he was "wrongfully arrested." Now, new details surrounding his arrest have come to light, as T.I claims his wife, Tameka "Tiny" Harris, was treated unfairly when she tried to speak with the security guard, who also refused to give up his name to police officers.

T.I said called his wife, Tiny Harris, in an attempt to rectify the already heated situation, according to TMZ. However, things took a turn for the worst when the security guard began to curse at Tiny, allegedly yelling, "Who the ---k do you think you is talking to me like this?"

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officer citizen law arrest . Typically, security officers have no more authority to act than private citizens, except when they are A private police officer is subject to these limitations and must balance the need to protect the interests of his employer with the need to avoid making false arrests .

Read Mother Jones reporter Shane Bauer’s firsthand account of his four months spent working as a guard at a corporate-run prison in Louisiana. I was shackled again and interrogated by state police officers , a local deputy, and a Homeland Security agent.

a man wearing glasses and smiling at the camera: T.I. © Roy Rochlin/FilmMagic T.I. When police officers arrived at the scene, the security guard refused to give the cops his name and failed to tell the truth about what really happened that night, including the fact that T.I had to wake up the guard, who was asleep at his post. 

TMZ obtained surveillance footage from the jail T.I was escorted to, which show T.I questioning the officer about his arrest. T.I asked the officer, "Why was I arrested?" to which the officer responded, "You were acting like a fool."

T.I denied that he was "acting like a fool" and said he was just trying to get the guard to "acknowledge me when I pay all this money and taxes to pay that man." In the video, T.I continued to press the officer for answers but didn't get any responses.

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A man arrested over a double shooting inside Nepean Hospital's emergency department overnight was allegedly holding a pair of scissors to the throat of a female doctor before a police officer and a security guard were shot, a witness says.

T . I . Claims Security Guard Cursing Out Tiny Is What Really Set Him Off Before Arrest : I Was ‘Livid’. Rex/Shutterstock. Tip, who didn’t have his key to the gate, claims the guard was sleeping at his post when he arrived.

In a statement released shortly after his arrest on Wednesday, T.I's lawyer, Steve Sadow, explained what happened and said that his client was "wrongfully arrested." 

View the surveillance footage here and see statement below.

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