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Arts and Entertainment

Ray J Arrested After Becoming Belligerent At Beverly Hills Hotel, Spits In Cop's Face During Arrest

Ray J havin' a great time at an American Music Awards afterparty in 2010 (Photo by Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images)
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Ray J, best known as the guy who once made a sex tape with Kim Kardashian (and then rapped about it), was arrested Friday for causing a ruckus at the bar of the Beverly Wilshire Hotel.Police were called when the entertainer (whose real name is William Ray Norwood and who is the brother of singer Brandy) allegedly grabbed the butt of a woman at the bar, TMZ reported. That was determined to be an accident, but he allegedly then became belligerent with the staff in the valet area of the hotel and was was put on citizens arrest by hotel security until police showed up again and arrested him.

Police said he kicked out the side window of a patrol car and spit in the face of one of the officers during the arrest. Ray J posted bail today for suspicion of resisting arrest, vandalism and battery on a police officer.

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