He didn't know and kept driving, before police pulled him over.
The "Colors" rapper took to Twitter shortly after being released by police and admitted he felt he'd been treated harshly. Minutes later he was pulled over by Port Authority police.
He later tweeted a photo of himself filming scenes in Manhattan for "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit", in which he plays Sgt. Odafin Tutuola. The report claims that Ice-T was in the E-ZPass, which is designed for transmitter-based payments. "In and out. Moovin", he wrote, adding, "I love how people think just because I ACT like a cop on SVU I get special treatment from real cops. lol".
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All good: Ice also shared a photo from the set of his hit show SVU as he posed with his co-star Philip Winchester.
Some outlets have reported that the rapper turned actor had an E-ZPass in his auto but it didn't work in the E-ZPass lane.
The McLaren was not registered, according to TMZ, so they 'arrested him for evading the toll and gave him a ticket for the unregistered vehicle'.
His auto of choice that day in was a red McLaren sports vehicle. Ice-T told TMZ he forgot to put one in his vehicle. He reportedly has seven of them in his other cars but forgot to put it in the McLaren because it was fairly new.