New Photos Show Actress May Have Been Having Sex In Public

| by Kathryn Schroeder

Photos have been uncovered of the actress who claimed she was mistaken by LAPD for a prostitute after kissing her boyfriend in public.

TMZ obtained the photos from an undisclosed source. They were taken outside the CBS lot in Studio City.

Daniele Watts can be seen seemingly straddling her husband Brian James Lucas while steadying herself with her hands against the roof of the car.

According to The Daily Mail, an eyewitness claims Watts’ breasts were exposed and that Lucas had his feet on the curb as Watts straddled him, rocking back and forth.

Someone in the CBS office building reportedly asked Watts and Lucas to stop as everyone in the office could see them but they ignored the request.

The eyewitness allegedly claims Lucas then began “horizontally bonging her boobs back and forth.”

Watts reportedly then reached into the car’s center console where she grabbed a tissue, wiped Lucas down and herself, before throwing the tissue on the grass.

(via The Daily Mail)

Police were called by someone in the office with a lewd act complaint claiming two people were having sex in a parked car on the street with the door open.

That is what Sergeant Jim Parker claims sparked his questioning and detainment of Watts. Not that he suspected she was a prostitute kissing a white client—as Watts has claimed.

“I figured I could take care of this call and go get coffee and that was it," Sgt. Parker told the Los Angeles Times. He referred to the incident as a “long, drawn-out drama.”

(via The Daily Mail)

“I was trying to ID them and leave – nobody wanted them arrested for having sex in public,” Parker said. “But then she went into her tirade.”

The conversation between Watts and Parker was captured on audio:

“Somebody called, which gives me the right to be here, so it gives me the right to identify you by law,” Parker said.

“Do you know how many times I’ve been called, the cops have been called just for being black?” Watts said. “Just because we’re black and he’s white? I’m just being really honest, sir.”

“Who brought up the race card?” Parker said.

“I’m bringing it up,” she said.

“I said nothing about you being black,” the sergeant responded.

“Thank you for bringing up the race card,” Parker said. “I never hear that.”

Watts and Lucas claim they did not nothing wrong and that Watts was right to not give her ID to the officer when asked, reports The Daily Mail.

(via The Daily Mail)

“If I am within my amendment rights, my constitutional rights to say no, unless you're charging me with a crime, I will not be giving you my ID, that is a right that I stand up for,” Watts said.

It is allowed by California law for police to handcuff and detain people so they may identify them.

Sources: TMZ, The Daily Mail, Los Angeles Times