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‘Hangover’ & ‘CSI’ Actor Busted For Alleged Sexual Assault & Impersonating A Cop

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by Radar Staff

Bit actor Brian Irwin was arrested in Las Vegas Thursday on multiple allegations of sexual assault and impersonating a police officer.

Irvin, who appeared in The Hangover and ironically played a cop in two episodes of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, was busted for an incident that occurred May 15 at Sin city’s Hooter’s Casino Hotel, reports The Vegas Review-Journal.

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According to the police report, a woman who’d advertised her services for “sensual body massages” agreed to meet Irvin at the hotel for $180. But Irvin allegedly wanted more and offered the woman $10,000 for sex.

She told police she agreed because she desperately needed the cash. Then showed her a badge and identifying himself as a police officer, demanded she have sex with him or he’d arrest her.

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The woman did and then reported what happened to the real Vegas cops.

Irvin initially denied he’d ever impersonated a copy but the Vegas police found him in possession of several laminated cards identifying him as everything from a “Special Agent” to  a member of the “Metropolitan Police.”

According to the police report, he claimed the cards were from his various acting roles.

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Irvin is being held in the Clark County Detention Center on suspicion of impersonating a police officer, oppression under color of law, and five counts of sexual assault and coercion.  All are felonies.

“Here’s right here in my jail and he’s in a whole lot of trouble,” a Clark County Detention Center spokeswoman tells RadarOnline.com.

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Irvin is being held on “no bail.”  He has a hearing set for Tuesday.

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