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According to a police report, a Bank of America employee called police after Coogler passed him a filled-out withdrawal slip with a note written on the back asking tellers to be discreet with the transaction.
When officers arrived on scene, Coogler was still inside the bank. Officers brought him outside and handcuffed him as they investigated.
Officers determined that Coogler was attempting to withdraw a cash amount valued over ten thousand dollars. The bank teller received a notification from Coogler’s account and told her manager that he was trying to rob the bank.
Officers determined that the incident was a mistake by Bank of America and Coogler was released. Two people who Coogler was with were also detained and released, but never handcuffed.
Bank of America apologized to Coogler and he was allowed to go on his way.
Coogler directed the original Black Panther, which was the highest-grossing film of all time by an African American director. He has been in Atlanta directing the Black Panther sequel, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever."