"Crazy things" is right.
Reese Witherspoon spoke with "Good Morning America" on Thursday about her recent arrest for disorderly conduct in Atlanta, and told host George Stephanopoulos that she was saying all types of nonsense while talking to the cop. Now we have proof.
After the morning show interview, "Entertainment Tonight" obtained the dash cam video of Witherspoon's, uh, confrontation with the Atlanta police officer who arrested her. Take a look for yourself above.
If you couldn't get the gist of the conversation (well, we think that's what she was trying to have) Witherspoon had with the officer, take a look at a couple interesting quotes from the clip below.
"I'm a U.S. citizen. I'm allowed to stand on American ground and ask you a question that I want to ask."
"You better not arrest me."
"Are you kidding me? I'm an American citizen."
"This is not -- this is not -- this is harrassment. You're harrassing me."
Do you think the officer was right in arresting her? Do you think she should have stayed in the car while her husband, Jim Toth, was being handcuffed? Let us know in the comments.
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