'Django Unchained' Actress to Apologize to LAPD

Seven months after she said she'd never apologize for suggesting Los Angeles cops racially profiled her, authorities told NBC News that the "Django Unchained" actress Daniele Watts agreed Monday to apologize to the three officers who detained her and her boyfriend last year.
Watts, who is black, and Brian Lucas, who is white, pleaded no contest Monday to disturbing the peace with loudness in the September 2014 incident, in which police said they responded to a "citizen complaint of indecent exposure" after someone called 911 to complain that two people were engaged in sexual acts in a car parked near the CBS studio lot.