"Defund the Police" Activist Alyssa Milano Calls The Police On Kid Shooting Squirrels With Air Gun
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On Sunday, far-left "Defund the Police" activist Alyssa Milano called the police after she thought an armed gunman was on her property who turned out to be a teenager in the neighborhood with an air-soft gun shooting squirrels.
The freak out by Milano resulted in a high police presence which included seven Ventura County Sheriffs' vehicles, one K-9 unit, a police helicopter and one Los Angeles Fire Department team.
Check out what the Daily Mail reported:
Actress and 'Defund the police' activist Alyssa Milano was quick to call cops when she believed an armed gunman was on her Bell Canyon property on Sunday morning.
The call ignited a response that included seven Ventura County Sheriffs' vehicles, one K-9 unit, a police helicopter and one Los Angeles Fire Department team that sat down the street on standby.
DailyMail.com has obtained exclusive photos showing the first responders coming to the aid of the 47-year-old at her five bed, six bath, 8,000 square foot, $2.5 million home in the upscale gated community that sits just 20 minutes north of Los Angeles.
A neighbor in the area spoke to the Daily Mail, saying, "We first noticed the helicopter circling overhead very low and knew something was going on, it's usually such a quiet community. Then we saw all the police cars parked in front of Alyssa's home. They had their guns at the ready and seemed very serious."
Milano allegedly quickly called the police after she heard gunshots on her property and told 911 that the noise "scared their dogs."
Milano's quick decision to call the police is quite ironic considering she has been slandering the police for the past several months as she calls to defund them.
The Daily Mail continues:
Alyssa Milano's gate sat open with law enforcement guarding the entire perimeter of the street, as these DailyMail.com photos show.
The search by air and street level lasted over three hours and ended abruptly at 12.20pm.
Alyssa and her husband Dave Bugliari were also concerned that it may be someone stalking the former Charmed and Who's The Boss star
'It turned out it was a neighborhood teen with an air gun shooting at squirrels,' a resident told the DailyMail.com.
The male teenager witnessed the emergency response and later realized he was the cause and turned himself in.
The officers then had an impromptu meeting with some of the residents in the Bell Canyon community center, confirming what they dubbed, 'Squirrelgate.'
Alyssa has owned this Bell Canyon home since 2001. She lives there with her husband and their two children, Milo, nine, and Elizabella, six.
A quick look back on Milano's past tweets proves the actress to be a total hypocrite.Back in July, Milano urged her followers to sign a petition that demands a 90% reduction in police funding.
She tweeted: "What is the Los Angeles Police Protective League? @LAPPL is a narrow special interest group that lobbies our politicians to protect the LAPD budget, pension + officers. But electeds (sic) need to #ProtectPeopleNot Police. Sign the #People'sBudgetLA petition."
In August she tweeted, "#DefundThePolice."
One of Milano's neighbors made sure to call her out on the hypocrisy.
"She can tweet those things because at the end of the day she lives behind gates in a gated community," the neighbor said. "She knows the police will come to save her. But what about all those people who don't have that luxury and live in unsafe neighborhoods? She obviously doesn't care."
"She uses her platform in hypocritical ways. Why not send your husband into the yard to find out what is actually going on before you call the police? I would guesstimate the response today from law enforcement cost tax payers thousands of dollars.'"
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