Actress Alyssa Milano, 47, now long in the tooth for Hollywood, has refashioned herself into a Demonrat political activist. See:
- Alyssa Milano is fighting to hold Trump accountable for Russia “Collusion”
- Actress Alyssa Milano calls for sex strike to protest Georgia pro-life heartbeat law
- Alyssa Milano and 50 Hollyweirdos sign letter threatening to boycott Georgia for prolife ‘heartbeat’ bill
- Jimmy Kimmel & Alyssa Milano lead vicious attack on triple-amputee veteran Brian Kolfage of border-wall GoFundMe
In August, Milano called for defunding the police and urged her Twitter followers to support the People’s Budget L.A., which would allocate only 1.64% of general funds to law enforcement.
But when Milano heard gunshots in her neighborhood, guess what she did.
She immediately called the police for help.
Carly Ortiz-Lytle reports for the Washington Examiner that last Sunday morning, September 20, Alyssa Milano called the police when, hearing gunshots, she thought a gunman was on her Southern California property. Police were told that the suspect was “male, 40 years old, with long rifle.”
A fire department vehicle, a helicopter, a K-9 unit, and seven Ventura County Sheriff’s vehicles, with deputies carrying rifles and wearing tactical helmets, were dispatched to Milano’s home.
A resident of the neighborhood where Milano lives with her husband and two children said, “We first noticed the helicopter circling overhead very low and knew something was going on; it’s usually such a quiet community. Then, we saw all the police cars parked in front of Alyssa’s home. They had their guns at the ready and seemed very serious.”
Milano and her husband told first responders that the sound of gunshots “scared their dogs.” The two were reportedly concerned that Jeff Turner, who has allegedly stalked Milano for over a decade, had returned to the property after two previous burglary attempts. Milano obtained a restraining order against Turner in 2008.
The search for the gunman lasted three hours until a teenager turned himself in.
It turned out the “armed intruder” was a neighborhood teen with an air gun shooting at squirrels.