Actress’s “apology” letter to police is rejected, sent back by judge

Actress’s “apology” letter to police is rejected, sent back by judge

Actress Daniele Watts accused police of racially profiling her…only it turned out that she wasn’t being profiled as much as she was having sex in public. Surprisingly enough, that’s illegal. She was ordered to write an apology to the officer as part of her plea deal, only she forgot to actually apologize when she did. She’s being ordered to try again.

Actress's “apology” letter to police is rejected, sent back by judge

The “Django Unchained” actress and beau Brian Lucas now have until Aug. 26 to submit revised letters after a judge and prosecutors rejected drafts submitted this week as part of their May plea deal.

“I’m glad they have to do a rewrite. No more excuses. She needs to say she was immature and she messed up and that she apologizes for creating the whole conflict,” arresting officer Jim Parker, now retired from the Los Angeles Police Department, told the Daily News.

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You can read an excerpt of the “apology” at this link. Maybe next time, she should just say, “I’m sorry for being a lying liar who lies.”

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