Chris Rock Calls the Cops … On An Alleged Peeping Tom … Who Watched Chris & New GIRLFRIEND!!

Lyndon Abioye |

Chris Rock called 911 Sunday night from his NYC home and claimed that there was a man lurking outside of his window staring at Chris from fire escape.

According to a report, seen by Media Take Out, the NYPD raced over, and when they got there – the alleged Peeping Tom ran off. Police suspect that when the comedian noticed the man peeping, he fled.

And it wasn’t just any old random Peeping Tom either. Police told TMZ that the man jumped down to the ground, hopped into a white Mercedes, and sped off.

Now here’s where it all got a bit strange. Media Take Out learned that Chris Rock is claiming that the man appeared to have a camera, and that he seemed to be attempting to either film or snap pics.

Word is that Chris was inside the apartment with one of his lady friends. It’s not clear exactly what they were doing at the time when the Peeping Tom was watching them.

The case is under investigation.

After years working as a stand-up comedian and appearing in minor film roles including Beverly Hills Cop II (1987), Rock gained prominence as a cast member on the NBC sketch comedy series Saturday Night Live from 1990 to 1993. While at SNL, he appeared in the films New Jack City (1991), Boomerang (1992) and CB4 (1993), which he also wrote and produced. He reached mainstream stardom with the critically acclaimed Bring the Pain in 1996. Rock continued making popular specials which include Bigger & Blacker (1999), Never Scared (2004), Kill the Messenger (2008), Tamborine (2018), and Selective Outrage (2023). He developed, wrote, produced and narrated the sitcom Everybody Hates Chris (2005-2009), which was based on his early life. From 1997 to 2000 HBO aired his critically acclaimed talk show The Chris Rock Show.

Rock was cast in starring film roles in Nurse Betty (1999), Down to Earth, Pootie Tang (both 2001), Head of State (2003), The Longest Yard (2005), the Madagascar film series (2005–2012), I Think I Love My Wife (2007), Death at a Funeral (2010), Grown Ups (2010), its sequel Grown Ups 2 (2013), Top Five (2014) and Spiral (2021). He is known for his appearances in television including Louie, Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, Fargo. He made his Broadway theater debut in the 2011 Stephen Adly Guirgis play The Motherfucker with the Hat. He hosted the Academy Awards twice; in 2005 and 2016, and was involved in an incident with Will Smith on stage at the 2022 Awards.

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