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Ice-T Arrested On His Way To The 'Law & Order: SVU' Set

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Oct. 24 2018, Published 6:35 p.m. ET

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Early this morning, October 24, Law & Order: SVU star Ice-T found himself on the wrong side of the law. The actor was arrested while heading into work. Read on to find out what huge mistake landed him in ‘cuffs.

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According to reports, the 60-year-old was driving in his $270K McLaren sports car as he attempted to cross the George Washington Bridge from the New Jersey side.

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An eyewitness explained, “He tried crossing in the E-Z Pass lane, for drivers who prepay tolls with a transmitter, but Ice's didn't work.”

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However, the actor who plays Sergeant Finn Tutuola, “didn’t realize” and continued on his way.

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His vehicle was stopped by the Port Authority police almost immediately. Unfortunately, the luxury car was unregistered and the cops “arrested him for evading the toll and gave him a ticket for the unregistered vehicle.”

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According to reports, Ice-T insisted there was an explanation for the whole thing — he “simply forgot to bring his E-Z Pass with him.” He explained that his older cars were all equipped with the necessary toll passes.

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Ever the hard worker, Ice also revealed that once he was allowed to go free, he headed straight to the SVU set and it was business as usual.

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What do you think about Ice T’s surprising arrest? Let us know in the comments.

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