‘Mission Impossible’ co-star says he was held at gunpoint in his own home

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‘Mission Impossible’ co-star says he was held at gunpoint in his own home
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to one of the stars of the new Mission Impossible sharing a dramatic real life drama playing out at his own home Ving Rhames as police held him at gunpoint after neighbors reported a burglary and ABC’s Linsey Davis is here with this disturbing story disturbing is right good morning Amy Ving Rhames is used to being part of action pack scenes of Espionage in suspense as an actor erroneously for Rhames that meant being held at gunpoint at his own home is back on the big screen biggest Blockbuster Mission Impossible Fallout but now the golden globe-winning actor says he felt the Fallout personally from what he believes was racial profiling by his neighbor Rams told the clay Kane Show that two years ago he was mistaken for a burglar in his own home knock on the front door open the door there’s a red dot pointed at my face from a 9 mm and they say put up your hands fight with police and exited his home he said to me a woman called and so they came. Films like Pulp Fiction and ironically a home security add comes as countless other African Americans across the country have had authorities called on them while doing nothing wrong at swimming pools the father of three says he worries about his son apologize in the police later set up a Citywide meet your neighbors program as an attempt to help prevent issues like this from happening in the future but of course Rings is concerned about his son is it is certainly a legitimate one especially According to some police reports that I read it sounds like they said multiple people called and said there was someone that would broke into his house hi everyone George Stephanopoulos here thanks for checking up ABC News YouTube channel if you’d like to get more video show highlights and watch live event coverage click on the right over here to subscribe to our Channel and don’t forget to download the ABC News app for breaking news alerts thanks for watching
Ving Rhames, 59, told “The Clay Cane Show” that two years ago he was mistaken for a burglar in his own home when police got a call that “a large black man was breaking into the house.”

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