Former Disney actor Orlando Brown was arrested in his underwear by a bounty hunter named Lucky. If that isn’t the premise of a sub-standard comedy vehicle comeback starring Martin Lawrence, I don’t know what is.
TMZ posted footage of Orlando being hauled out of a house and cuffed and stuffed in a van in only his boxers and a t-shirt in Las Vegas on Friday morning. A judge issued an outstanding warrant for his arrest after he was a no-show in court last month to answer for “allegedly striking” his girlfriend in Torrance, CA in 2017.
Lucky the Bounty Hunter (as you know, “Dog The Bounty Hunter” was already taken) rolled up on an unidentified man’s house in Vegas yesterday morning on a tip that Orlando was holed up there. The owner refused him entry. That guy, his front door, and Orlando weren’t so “Lucky.” See what I did there. Apologies.
Lucky tells us he had legal paperwork and warrants so they were allowed to enter the home and look for Orlando … so they made it happen by force. After an intense search, they found Brown hiding in a bedroom closet in a t-shirt and boxers and made the arrest.
The guy who owns the place said that he’s going to contact authorities about the alleged damage to his front door and his shoulder, and to find out if the arrest was legal.
The homeowner also told TMZ that he was letting Brown crash there as a favor to “a music producer neighbor.” But he “became concerned” when his fiancee informed him that Brown was a fugitive. Was he also concerned about Orlando being arrested before he could introduce him to Raven-Symoné? That’s the only reason you should let a man on the run lay low in your home.