Quentin Tarantino, the controversial director at the center of a firestorm of criticism from law enforcement agencies nationwide, allegedly felt no qualms about calling the police for help last month when he found a trespasser in the backyard of his Los Angeles area home, the New York Post reported.
Tarantino has been under fire for recent comments he made suggesting that police officers were "murderers." The comments were given during an anti-police rally in New York City; a rally that took place just two days after the murder of NYPD Officer Randolph Holder.
Since that time, multiple unions representing police agencies throughout the country have called for a boycott of Tarantino's movies.
The comments even inspired a rebuke from the director's own father, Tony Tarantino, who stated, "I love my son and have great respect for him as an artist but he is dead wrong in calling police officers, particularly in New York City where I grew up, murderers."
Tarantino, however, has remained undeterred. He recently stated that he would not be "intimidated" by those trying to "demonize" him.
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