Obtained by TMZ Sports, the 75-second clip appears to show Young being handcuffed by Hollywood police as he asks bystanders, "Am I resisting right now? Am I resisting?" One witness is heard responding, "Nope."
According to an initial report from TMZ on Saturday, the former Golden State Warriors player was pulled over just before midnight on Friday for a "routine traffic violation." According to TMZ's law enforcement sources, Young refused to cooperate with the police officers who pulled him over, so he was arrested for obstruction of justice and his vehicle was impounded.
Young has yet to publicly address the arrest.
The 33-year-old previously had a run-in with Los Angeles police in 2016 when he was cited for playing music too loudly while driving through Hollywood. After that incident, he claimed that one of the officers taunted him about the Lakers' poor record. At the time, Young said, "After everything was over one of them going to say [y'all suck] so I replied back like it ain't lookin' too good for y'all neither."
Young made headlines earlier this summer for telling a reporter he thinks cocaine should be legalized. "I want people to pass cocaine," he said. "Everybody needs to do cocaine!"
Following his championship season with the Warriors in 2018, Young is currently a free agent.