Move over, Barneys New York. Macy's has also been slapped with a lawsuit by actor Robert Brown, who accuses the luxury store of racial profiling.
The New York Post reports that Brown, best known for starring opposite Sean Connery in Finding Forrester, has filled a civil lawsuit against Macy's.
He is also suing the New York Police Department, claiming that he was unlawfully searched by undercover police officers there on June 8, 2013.
Brown, 29, was stopped after making a purchase at the Sunglass Hut store located inside Macy's flagship location in New York City's Herald Square.
His story sounds very similar to that of the college student claiming he was arrested for buying a belt at Barneys in a story that went viral last week.
According to the Manhattan Supreme Court suit, the African-American Brown presented his ID to cops but “was told that his identification was false."