The volatile outburst was caught on video, as Brown was filmed scolding a server, calling the employee a "child molester" and referring to the staffer as infamous serial killer Richard Ramirez, per a clip obtained by a news publication.
"Get behind me, Satan. I’m Jesus. Get the f--- out of here, Satan," the 36-year-old screamed.
It wasn't long before Brown was kicked out of the upscale eatery, prompting him to yell: "I am Satan and Lucifer’s son. F--- everybody."
Things appeared to be normal inside of Tao until fellow diners noticed Brown acting up at his table before projecting his odd outrage onto other guests at the restaurant.
The Family Matters actor was arrested for a second time in Sin City for burglary, mere months after his June drug charge. Brown had been caught on camera trying to change the locks inside the since-closed establishment that had belonged to his longtime pal Danny Boy.
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The arrests led Brown to spending a few weeks behind bars. Upon release, he'd declared a fresh start.
"My name is Orlando Brown from That’s So Raven fame," he expressed in 2020. "I had had some struggles in the past … involving substances like crystal meth and marijuana, not to mention an unhealthy attachment to the internet."
Brown proceeded to spend six months at a free residential center in Texas, a place specifically designated to helping men battle addiction, homelessness and other similar struggles.
While he promised to make positive strides, Brown was ultimately arrested yet again in December 2022 for domestic violence, which he plead guilty to while being placed under house arrest.
Regardless of his plea, Brown's attorney requested his client undergo a mental evaluation.
TMZ obtained a video of Brown inside of Tao.