Frankie Muniz 911 Call Reveals More Details
INSIDE EDITION has details from the 911 call made by former Malcom in the Middle star Frankie Muniz during an argument with his girlfriend that sheds new light on the incident.
A frantic Frankie Muniz called 911, saying his girlfried is going berserk.
"My girlfriend is drunk, and she's going crazy. She's trashing my house. Literally, lamps, everything. She's hitting me in the face. I don't know what to do because I'm about to lose control."
The bitter argument between Muniz and his girlfriend, Elycia Turnbow, could be heard in the background. Turnbow told police that Muniz "punched her in the back of the head."
"You hit me!" said Turnbow.
Muniz: "I did not hit you! You punched me in the face when I was sleeping."
Muniz assured the 911 dispatcher that there were no weapons involved.
911 dispatcher: "No weapons, right?"
Muniz: "There is a gun in the house. I don't even know where it is, but..."
911 Dispatcher: "But it's not out, she's..."
Muniz: "No, it's not out at all."
Then there's a moment when the former child star of the hit show Malcolm in the Middle said he didn't want to give his name.
911 Dispatcher: "What is your name?"
Muniz: "I don't want to make a big deal because I'm a celebrity."
Later, he gave in.
Muniz: "My name is Frankie Muniz."
Muniz was clearly conflicted about making the call, repeatedly proclaiming his love for his girlfriend.
Muniz: "Now the love of my life hates me because she's having a bad day."
Dispatcher: "Has she been drinking?"
Muniz: "Yeah, but we had a bad day. We're partially going through a breakup, but we're trying to figure everything out."
No arrests were made in connection with the incident and the couple has since reconciled.
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