Arnold said he contacted the Los Angeles Police Department about the incident. He has been vocal in goading "The Apprentice" creator Burnett, claiming the latter has an embarrassing tape of Trump from the series. "I'm waiting for LAPD", Arnold tweeted.
She tweeted that Arnold attacked her and her husband, and posted a photo of a bruise on her hand that she says Arnold caused.
'Is your TV show worth it, Tom?' she asked.
Arnold at 7.24am replied to her tweet: 'Bulls**t. You lie like your insane husband attgacked me you psycho. And while Arnold has since filed a police report, a source close to Mark told us EXCLUSIVELY how Arnold has been hounding for supposed tapes of Donald Trump that he can not provide him.
Per The Hollywood Reporter, Arnold's lawyer called the altercation an "unprovoked attack" by Burnett.
Downey claims Arnold "ambushed" her and her husband, producer Mark Burnett, at a charity event. The pair reportedly settled down before entering the venue.
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Tom Arnold has worked on a series called "The Hunt for Trump Tapes".
On social media, there was speculation Sunday's incident was a publicity stunt for Arnold's new show.
Downey's tweet prompted a swift response from Arnold.
Later that night, Arnold was overheard telling people that the Trump tapes he found have been "handed over to Ronan Farrow".
Trump was the host of the show for several seasons, and Arnold claims that there is a huge collection of the President making offensive comments, which Trump denies exist. Arnold believes the tapes reveal Trump using the n-word and other epithets.
Arnold has claimed that Trump has used the N-word and is "obviously a racist", adding that the president's take on the National Football League is because "he doesn't like black guys".
"I don't have that word in my vocabulary, and never have", he continued. One of the things Arnold is after. the outtakes from "The Apprentice", which Burnett created and produces.