Two police officers who pulled over director Tyler Perry during a February (12) traffic stop in Atlanta, Georgia have been cleared of racial profiling.
The Good Deeds star was questioned by the cops for several minutes after allegedly making an illegal left turn and for having tinted windows.
Perry was let off with a warning, but he later took to Facebook.com to recount his brush with the law, revealing he felt unsafe during the "hostile" interrogation - because he was black.
The actor's allegations prompted law enforcement agents to launch an internal probe into the incident, but after completing a full-on investigation, the officers have been exonerated of any wrongdoing.
An internal affairs representative tells CNN.com, "The evidence shows the actions of both officers with the regard to the traffic stop of Mr. Perry were justified, lawful and proper."
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