In a raging display of weapons-grade hypocrisy, Hollywood director Quentin Tarantino called police officers to his home to save him from an intruder – just days before portraying cops as racist murderers at a rally in Times Square.
Tarantino noticed somebody on his property in the afternoon on October 11th, and when the man refused to leave the director called for some backup from the men and women in blue.
You know, the same people he was trying to stop from ‘terrorizing’ the populace.
Quentin Tarantino called the cops 13 days before whipping a crowd up into a frenzy over when he called police murderers, asking them to come over and deal with someone who broke onto his property.
Law enforcement tells TMZ, Quentin was at his L.A. home October 11th at around 2 PM when he noticed someone in his backyard. We’re told Quentin asked the guy to leave but he refused. Either Quentin or a member of his staff then called 911 and asked cops to come help.
We’re told cops arrived minutes later and talked to the intruder who left without incident.
Now that’s chutzpah there buddy.
Tarantino has been getting serious heat for statements he made at the rally, saying police brutality was “not being dealt with.”
“If it was being dealt with, then these murdering cops would be in jail or at least be facing charges,” Tarantino said.
A spokesperson for the LAPD said in regards to the incident and subsequent bashing of cops, Tarantino is “an ass but we will still respond to calls for service at his home in a professional and timely manner.”
If only the ass himself could take a more professional approach in his own life.
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