There's so much back-and-forth in this controversial case.
In fact, some think the cops might be flat-out lying
[Image via Pacific Coast News Online.]
Well, it's not so much about lighting up marijuana as it as about undermining authority for this The Vamps band member!
Lead guitarist James McVey took to his Twitter to express his frustration in regards to Zouis' actions.
"Just seen something that sucks. Hate seeing people ruin their careers.
To clarify, I love one direction… Just.not a fan off undermining authority. [sic]
It's not that that frustrated me, it was how Louis was talking about the police… Went to a country and acted like that.
It doesn't matter who you are or how old you are, if you're a guest in a country you should respect the residents. :)"
He later tweeted:
Sorry if I upset people today, that was in absolute no way my intention. I love ya'll . Forever and always xxxxx
— James McVey (@TheVampsJames) May 28, 2014
We do have to commend James for pointing out something everyone else overlooked!
Making those comments about the officer escorting them is just plain rude! Not to mention it just makes it okay for youths and those who look up to them think it's fine to behave that way towards authority!
We're sure the guys didn't mean any harm with their comments. Besides, that video was obviously meant for personal use and not for public viewing!