George Lopez is charged with the battery after & # 39; fighting with a fan & # 39; who gave him a Trump joke
George Lopez is charged with the battery after & # 39; fighting with a fan & # 39; who rolled him around with a Trump joke and put a camera in his face in Hooters
- George Lopez appears next month after the incident in October
- The 57-year-old comedian was accused of charging a crime
- Reportedly he grabbed the neck of a man after the troll had made him angry with a Trump joke
- After the excitement of October 14 in Hooters, the police questioned Lopez
- He obeyed when he was informed of the accusations and said he felt that the man had chased him
The 57-year-old comedian will appear in court next month for the incident with the Hooters
George Lopez was hit by a battery of a crime because he allegedly picked up a troll who pushed a camera into his face while making a Trump joke.
The 57-year-old comedian will appear in court next month after the incident in Hooters in October, according to TMZ.
In the clip that was filmed on October 14, a Trump supporter held a phone in the standby mode and waited for the comedian to walk past the New Mexico restaurant.
& # 39; Here comes my boy George. George Lopez! & # 39; said the Trump supporter in the video to draw the attention of the star.
Lopez seemed annoyed as he stepped forward and reached out to grab the camera and said: "Start some bulls ***? & # 39;
Lopez seemed to lay a hand on the Trump supporter who shouted: "He is a bad ass! Look at him! He wants to fight me! Hey! George wants to fight me! & # 39;
The TV star would have put his arm on the neck of Trump supporter and the camera was confused when Lopez tried to get the phone out of the man's hand.
Lopez informed the authorities that he did not want to be filmed, so he tried to grab the man's phone
The next day after the exchange, policemen questioned Lopez on a golf course. He told them he did not want to be filmed, so he tried to grab the man's phone.
He also claimed that the man was petting him by waiting at the front door with his Trump jokes, aware that he was fiercely anti-Trump.
When officers informed Lopez that he would summon the court, it was said that the comedian was compliant.
Lopez was taken off the stage last year at a benefit gala in Denver after his anti-Trump jokes fell to the crowd that had paid $ 5,000 to $ 100,000 for tables.
One of the biggest donors of the event, Liberty Media CEO Greg Maffei, was on the front row and asked Lopez to stop the anti-Trump jokes.
George Lopez was accused of a battery battery (pictured one week before the altercation)