If Reese Witherspoon was going to take a turn as belligerent spouse, under arrest and "obstructing your justice," one might think the display was for a starring role. Not so much though, in the case of the Oscar-winning actress' April 21 arrest in Atlanta, which was very real and captured on police video. That footage is now showing up online, validating much of what was already indicated in the initial arrest report.
Witherspoon and her husband Jim Toth were pulled over in Atlanta when he was seen to be weaving in traffic. On Thursday she pleaded no contest to physical obstruction, and he pleaded guilty to DUI.
In the video, originally obtained by TMZ, she's shown interrupting the officer when he speaks with her husband: "I'm a U.S. citizen ... I'm allowed to stand on American ground and ask any question I want to ask," she said.