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    Ving Rhames’ neighbour called 911 and the actor soon had a gun in his face!

    Ving Rhames' neighbour called 911 and the actor soon had a gun in his face!

    Ving Rhames‘ neighbour called 911 and the actor soon had a gun in his face!

    Representative Ving  Ramez says he was held at gunpoint by police officers at his Santa Monica house earlier this year after a neighbour thought he had broken into the residence.

    The representative opened the trial on the program ‘Clay Cane’ on Sirius XM radio on Friday. The neighbour reportedly called 911 after seeing a ‘big black man’ entering the house, suspected of an incursion. The incident occurred in broad daylight around 2:00 pm, Rummis said.

    Rams said he was watching ESPN on television when he heard his words as they ran in the yard. Then one of them heard his door knock.

    Ramiz says he opened his front door ‘and there is a red dot on my face of 9 mm [mm]’. Ramis says the next thing the officers asked him to do was put his hands in the air. There were at least four or five officers at his house there with a police dog. The Santa Monica police chief was even at the scene.

    The police chief then admitted to the Rams, where both men had children in nearby school districts, and soon began to apologize for the situation. Rhames is now the star of successful films like ‘Pulp Fiction’ and ‘Mission: Impossible’. The latest film in the series came out earlier this year.

    Rames then went with police officers to question the neighbour who had called in the report of a possible break-in

    Ramis went further to talk about the incident, saying: ‘I’m here in my house, alone in some basketball pants. Just because someone called and said that a big black man was broken, when I opened the wooden door, she was walking me 9 mm. ‘

    The story of the incident was in response to a question about Rams, who faced racism in his personal and professional life. Rams recounted his experience earlier this year and then discussed similar incidents between African-American men and the police.

    ‘My problem is, I said this to them, what if my son had a video game remotely or something, and I thought it was a gun?’ Rummis said during the show.

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