A Fourth Video Of Reese Witherspoon's Arrest Made Public
The Reese Witherspoon arrest video trilogy is now a quadrilogy, with TMZ posting another angle of the infamous arrest online on Friday.
Reese Witherspoon shocked just about everyone last month when the seemingly golden girl of Hollywood was arrested for disorderly conduct following a confrontation with police whilst her husband, Jim Toth, was being cited for drunk driving. Anyway some good news did come out of the whole fiasco in the end; it was filmed and now the the whole scenario is available to watch online thanks to TMZ.
The celebrity gossip site published three videos of the incident on Thursday (May 2) and a fourth on Friday (May 3), with the latest one not featuring the Oscar-winning actress in the flesh, but making her various comments to the police very easy to hear. After Witherspoon argues with the cop, name-dropping herself in an attempt to get out of trouble a few times, the dashboard camera-filmed clip features a heated exchange between Witherspoon and Toth, with the actress questioning why her husband is even being arrested in the first place. She says, "I'm an American citizen, I can say whatever I want to on free ground. He does not have jurisdiction over the ground he speaks on. He does not. I'm allowed to say anything I want to say."
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A drunken Witherspoon then asks, "What did I get arrested for?" "You wouldn't listen to what he said," Toth replies. "It just turned it really bad."
Witherspoon has since pleaded no contest to a disorderly conduct charge and paid a $100 fine after her arrest, whilst Toth pleaded guilty to drunk driving and was fined $600 and ordered to complete 40 hours of community service. You can watch all four videos below or at TMZ.
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