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Bit actor in 'Hangover' faces Las Vegas sex charge

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LAS VEGAS (AP) — A bit actor who played a Las Vegas police officer on the TV series "CSI" faces charges of reprising that role to coerce a woman into sex in a Sin City hotel room.

Police say Douglas Brian Irvin Jr., who also played a hotel guest in the 2009 film, "The Hangover," responded to an ad for a sensual body rub and asked a masseuse to come to his room at the Hooters Casino Hotel on May 15.

The woman said Irvin offered her $10,000 for sex and she told detectives she asked for the money up front. Irvin then is accused of pulling out a laminated identification card that said "police" and telling her that she would be arrested unless she had sex with him for free.

The Las Vegas Review-Journal and Las Vegas Sun report he was booked on charges of impersonating an officer, oppression under color of law, and sexual assault and coercion.

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