It was shocking enough to find out that Reese Witherspoon, one of America's sweethearts, was arrested for disorderly conduct two weeks ago, but now the video of her getting handcuffed and put into a squad car has hit the web -- and it's even funnier than we thought!

With her husband Jim Toth already in handcuffs, Reese goes on a major tirade, demanding to know what's going on. "I am a U.S. citizen, and I am allowed to stand on American ground and ask you any question I want to!" she tells the police officer.

In the video obtained by TMZ, that's when the officer puts handcuffs on the Mud actress, to which she tells him, "You better not arrest me!"

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As Reese is arguing with the cop, demanding that she has "done nothing wrong," Jim tries to calm her down, and just when it looks for a second like she might listen, she things spiral out of control. "I'm being arrested and handcuffed?!" she quips. "Do you know my name, sir?" When the officer insists that he doesn't need to know, Reese responds with the infamous, "You're about to FIND OUT who I am!"

After Reese is placed in the cop car, the police officer tells Jim, "I'm sorry, I absolutely tried," to which Jim, being obedient throughout the ordeal, responds, "I'm sorry. I had nothing to do with that."

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Unfortunately, this crazy video will probably be a bit of a setback for Reese, who just hours before gave a flawless interview on Good Morning America, issuing a sincere and classy apology. "It's just completely unacceptable," she said during the interview. "We are so sorry, and embarassed, and we know better, and we shouldn't have done that."

Luckily, though, except for what people are going to say about her, this ordeal is pretty much over for the actress. She pleaded no contest to the disorderly conduct charges, and will only be required to pay a $213 fine. Jim, on the other hand, pleaded guilty to his DUI. He'll have to perform 40 hours of community service, attend an alcohol education program, and be on probation for 12 months.

Do you think this video will change things for Reese after her apologies?

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