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Ving Rhames recalls being 'held at gunpoint at home'


ANI Washington D.C. [U.S.A.]
Actor Ving Rhames was once held at a gunpoint by the police at his own home.
According to E! online, the 'Pulp Fiction' actor revealed on the Clay Cane show on Sirius XM that his neighbor called 911 and said a large black man was breaking into the house.
"I open the door and there is a red dot pointed at my face from a 9mm (handgun)," adding, "They say, 'Put up your hands'", said the actor on the show.
The actor further revealed that he complied and stepped outside with his hands up, then saw a few cops and a police dog. He said the police captain recognized him because their sons competed against each other in high school sports games together and apologized for the mistake.
The local police are yet to comment on Rhames' statement.

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First Published: Jul 29 2018 | 7:12 AM IST

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