Just hours after her first post-jail interview aired on Good Morning America, the police video taken during Reese Witherspoon's arrest has emerged. It's even better than you could have expected.

In it, the Academy Award-winning actress does some of her best work in years, believably shouting lines like, "I'm an American citizen ... I'm allowed to stand on American ground,” and “You're saying I'm obstructing your justice?”

TMZ grabbed some of the other highlights:

Reese: "Do you know my name sir?"
Officer: "Don't need to know."
Reese "You don't NEED to know my name?"
Officer: "Not quite yet."
Reese: "YOU'RE ABOUT TO FIND OUT WHO I AM!"

Reese: "I have done nothing against the law."
Officer: "Yes you did, you didn't obey my orders."
Reese: "I HAVE TO OBEY YOUR ORDERS??"

Reese: "I'm being anti-American?"
Officer: "Yes, please sit down."
Reese: "Wow!"

After Witherspoon is handcuffed and taken to the squad car, her husband, Jim Toth, who was also arrested, turns to the officer and calmly says, "I'm sorry. I had nothing to do with that."

And here's video of Reese telling the officer she's pregnant, though, as she noted in her Good Morning America interview, she is not.

[TMZ]

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