Man arrested in David Schwimmer's backyard for violation and allegations of weapons … because police believe that celebrity intrusion was purely coincidental
A man was arrested in the backyard of David Schwimmer's mansion in East Village after police said he had accidentally fallen on the property of the actor.
Eric Rosa, 29, was taken into custody at around 12:30 pm for weapons possession and criminal offense, police told NY Daily News. Rosa has a past grand larceny belief on his record, the newspaper reported.
The Friends star, 52, was not at home at the time of the incident, TMZ reported, which came when Rosa fell from a ridge between the property of Schwimmer and that of a neighbor.
The latter: a homeless man was arrested in the backyard of David Schwimmer's mansion in East Village after police said he had accidentally fallen into the actor's backyard. The Friends star, 52, was broken earlier this month in Beverly Hills, California
Rosa was possibly under the influence of a substance and lost its hold, the authorities told TMZ.
The police told the outlet that Rosa used a brick to break a window in the hope that someone's attention would be physically removed from the area.
The noise warned a person in the neighborhood, so that he informed the emergency services.
The affable actor, who has been screened in recent years on Will & Grace, Feed the Beast and The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story, was unintentionally bound to a crime blotter a year ago when a serial thief in the UK was very similar to him.
Safe not at home: the Friends star was not present at the time of the incident, TMZ reported
Lasting popularity: Schwimmer posed with his friends castmates in a recent viral social media post by Jennifer Aniston
Buzz grew through the parable after local authorities and Blackpool police placed a shot of the man on their Facebook page and went viral with nostalgia for friends.
Schwimmer responded with a tongue-in-cheek clip that mimics the alleged antics of the suspect and wrote: & officers, I swear it wasn't me. As you can see, I was in New York. To the hard-working Blackpool Police, good luck with the investigation. & # 39;
The suspect – subsequently identified as a 36-year-old man named Abdulah Husseini – was arrested in London on September 20, 2018, after stealing beer from a Blackpool restaurant.