Director Ryan Coogler was briefly detained by police in January when a bank…

Director Ryan Coogler Was Temporarily Detained By Police Back In January After A Bank Teller Accidentally Thought He Was Attempting A Bank Robbery 

Director Ryan Coogler was briefly detained by police in January when a bank teller mistakenly believed he was attempting a robbery.

When famous director Ryan Coogler attempted to withdraw money from his Bank of America account in Atlanta in January, he was confronted by officials.

According to data obtained by TMZ, the incident occurred after Ryan attempted to take a large sum of money from his account. He allegedly walked into the bank wearing a face mask and sunglasses and told the teller, “I would like to withdraw $12,000 cash from my checking account,” on the back of the withdrawal form. Please separate the money and count it in a different area. “I’d rather go undetected.”

Unfortunately, as the teller went to complete the transaction on her computer, an alarm went off, leading her to believe there had been an attempted robbery. The teller, a black woman, then informed her boss, who alerted law enforcement.

Two persons who had been waiting for Ryan were detained during the altercation, and once police had made their way inside, they detained Ryan as well.

Despite the fact that the entire incident was a mistake, Ryan asked for the badge numbers of the responding officers after being released, according to the report.

Ryan has directed films such as “Fruitville Station,” “Creed,” and “Black Panther,” among others. He is now filming “Wakanda Forever,” the sequel to “Black Panther,” in Atlanta.