Black Ink’s Ceaser Released After Being Arrested For Fake Driver’s License

Black Ink’s Ceaser was arrested on Friday in New York after running a red light and failing to yield to pedestrians while going through a residential area in Brooklyn.

According to TMZ, Ceaser was immediately pulled over and was asked to produce his license and registration. The reality star handed over a license that read “Emmanuel Thomas,” instead of his real name, David Emmanuel.

Not only was the name incorrect, but the birthday was also eight years off. The license said he was born in June 1971 rather than his actual birthday, 1979.

The publication also reports that Ceaser was not able to produce a valid insurance card, which is why he was arrested on a misdemeanor for false impersonation and other traffic violations.

The reality star has since then been released.

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