Schwarzenegger Son Kicked Out: Arnold's Son Kicked Out Of Club For Threatening To Beat Up DJ
By Staff Writer | May 07, 2013 09:33 AM EDT
Schwarzenegger's son Patrick was kicked out of Hollywood's famous Sayers Club. Arnold Schwarzenegger's son lost his temper and was kicked out for allegedly getting into an argument with the club's DJ.
After the argument, Schwarzenegger's son, Patrick, was kicked out of the Sayers Club in Hollywood, according to TMZ. The incident occurred on Saturday, May 4.
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"I'm gonna beat the f--k out of the DJ," Patrick Schwarzenegger allegedly told his friends. "He kicks everybody out of his table, losing money for the club, losing money for the owner."
Supposedly, Schwarzenegger, a USC freshman, wasn't recognized when he and his friends first entered the club and sat down. However, Schwarzenegger, 19, bumped into the resident DJ Anthony Valadez's equipment several times. It's alleged to be an accident - no word on if it was a tight squeeze into their seat or not really an accident. Then Schwarzenegger started throwing ice at the DJ! He allegedly also threatened to beat him up.
"[Valadez] told him nicely a few times to please be careful because he kept bumping into it," a source told Us Magazine. "I guess Patrick became annoyed so he started throwing ice at him. At this point one of the cocktail waitresses noticed it was Patrick Schwarzenegger and alerted the team who he was and that he was underage."
Throwing ice at the DJ and drawing attention to yourself? Not the smartest thing to do if you're underage, famous, and hoping not to be noticed, Schwarzenegger.
Schwarzenegger and his friends were promptly kicked out of the Sayers Club. Once they were outside, Schwarzenegger tried to climb into a random nearby SUV, theoretically in order to get away from the ensuing melee. In a video that was taken, the driver doesn't let him come in (gee, why? Wouldn't any driver want a trashed 19-year-old who's already angry on their hands?) The video shows Schwarzenegger waving his hands in the driver's face threateningly.
On Monday, May 6, the aspiring actor and entrepreneur issued a very brief apology via Twitter: "Excuse my language. I apologize."
What about behavior, Patrick?
After Schwarzenegger's son was kicked out of the Sayers Club, no word on where the group went next-we hope it was home and to bed!
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