Bounty hunters busted former “That’s So Raven” star Orlando Brown in his boxers.
Armed with warrants, legal paperwork and firearms, the hunters busted into a man’s house where Brown, 30, was hiding early Friday morning, TMZ reported.
The homeowner, who is yet unidentified, attempted to tell the bounty hunters that they had no legal right to be on the property, yelling, “Get off my property! I will defend my property and my home!”
The bounty hunters persisted, kicking in a door while residents of the home screamed.
Despite the homeowners’ objections, the team eventually made their way into a bedroom of the residence, where they found Brown in his boxers, T-shirt and a bandanna hiding in a closet.
Brown can be heard in the footage murmuring, “I don’t have a warrant, sir. What have I done, sir? What is this? … Can I put on my pants? I just talked to the police.”
One of the bounty hunters can be heard calling Brown an expletive once the troubled actor was cuffed and in their van.
Brown reportedly had several warrants for his arrest in Los Angeles County.
He was arrested in January following a family dispute and charged with battery against a spouse, resisting a peace officer and possession of a controlled substance. Last month a warrant was issued for Brown’s arrest for failure to appear in court on the charges.
Brown claimed to be working on music in Las Vegas and denied fleeing LA, which in itself would be a felony.
The homeowner told TMZ he was letting Brown stay in his house as a favor to a music producer neighbor. He claimed that his property was damaged and shoulder was injured in the raid.
Brown’s troubles date back at least five years.
In 2013, he was arrested for DUI and subsequently failed to attend court-ordered alcohol education classes, which resulted in prison time. In 2014, audio leaked of Brown threatening to kill a woman.
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