Harrison later spoke to the Las Vegas Review-Journal about the incident. “I suck at playing Simon Says,” he said, referring to the field sobriety test. “You’re obviously nervous every time you get pulled over. It’s not a normal thing for me. It’s, stand on this leg, stand on that leg, walk in a straight line. I felt I passed it. But the test is meant for you to fail, no matter what,” he said. “I’m like, you’re giving me a field sobriety test? How about, give me a breathalyzer and let’s cut the (BS) out. (The officer) said it was broken. But I’m like, amongst the four police officers that were here, there wasn’t one breathalyzer? After pulling me over suspecting I’ve been drinking? I would have definitely called for a vehicle with one,” he said. Harrison told the Review-Journal he would be hiring an attorney to contest the charges. “I’m not going to say, ‘(Screw) Metro! Drinking and driving should be legal.’ I’m not trying to be that guy. But I’m the guy who, when I get punched in the face, I am going to fight back,” he said. Harrison said he had just arrived in Las Vegas after filming an episode of “Pawn Stars Do America” in Minnesota. This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.
Corey Harrison’s mugshot. He looks like somebody punched him in the face. Arrested for DUI. pic.twitter.com/edPnMV6XfK— Derek Courson🏴☠️ (@DerektheCleric) September 13, 2023