A video of the Nicolas Cage in a Las Vegas bar is circulating on social media, showing him utterly wasted and destroyed. Additionally, the actor – who portrays an alcoholic in “Leaving Las Vegas” – was spotted barefoot on the bar’s couch prior to being removed out.
Additionally, in the footage released online, the actor can be seen struggling to put on his flip flop and more.
According to The Sun, Nicolas was escorted out of Lawry’s Prime Rib last Monday following an altercation with a staff member. A man is heard commenting, “Nicolas Cage here is a little f*cked up,” as the unshaven Oscar-winning actor sits on a coach wearing leopard-print slacks, a black T-shirt, and no shoes.
According to one eyewitness, they initially assumed the National Treasure star was “a homeless man completely inebriated and acting belligerent.” While recalling the incident, a spectator told the publication, “To our surprise, it turned out to be Nicolas Cage.” According to another witness at the scene, “he was fully drunk and was getting into a fight with the employees.”
Additionally, a witness stated, “He was in a poor state and was going around shoeless.” He had been downing shots of tequila and 1980 Macallan whiskey, according to staff. He was yelling at people and attempting to start confrontations when he was asked to leave.”
Nicolas Cage slurs as he requests his “shoes” in the film released by the tabloid, only to be offered some flip-flops that he looks to struggle to slip his feet into. According to one eyewitness, “he was so inebriated that he could barely put on his flip-flops before being hauled out.” Additionally, the witness stated that Cage “asked us if we wanted to return to his apartment.”
Nicolas Cage has made news in the past for holding the bottle in his hand. In March 2019, the actor dissolved his marriage to fourth wife Erika Koike in Las Vegas, saying that he was too inebriated to comprehend the full effect of his actions. Cage previously confessed in an interview with the Guardian that he throws himself into his job in order to avoid being “self-destructive.” “Then I’m going to sit and order two bottles of red wine and dissolve,” he had stated, “and I don’t want to be that guy, therefore I’m going to have to work.”
When the magazine contacted Nicolas Cage’s representative, no response or remark was received. Additionally, when asked about the incident, a member of staff – believed to be a manager at Lawry’s – declined to answer.
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