Note to law enforcement, when you pull over Ray J — keep your cellphone in the car! The Los Angeles Police Department is reportedly investigating a recent incident between Ray J and officers who took photos with the singer after pulling him over in his Bentley. Ray J told TMZ that he was stopped in the San Fernando Valley on Aug. 6 by a pair of cops who claimed he was using his cell phone while driving. Ray J explained that he was struggling to connect his Bluetooth and was given a warning about texting and driving. The cops asked the singer to step out of the vehicle, but instead of handing him cuffs, they asked for a photograph, to which he obliged. The incident has now led to an investigation, since it’s against policy for officers to take photos with a driver after letting them off without a traffic citation. Law troubles aside, Ray J is set to make his long awaited return to television, as he has officially joined the cast of Love & Hip Hop: LA.
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