Florida couple claim they are part of Illuminati during arrest

SEBASTIAN, Fla. – A Florida couple that claimed they were part of the Illuminati during an arrest probably broke the first rule of the Illuminati: Never admit that there is an Illuminati.

The Sebastian Daily reports Kristen Morrow, 37, and George Major Harris, 25, were detained after a neighbor complained the duo were doing something possibly indecent under a blanket nearby.

When approached by an officer with the Indian River Sheriff's Office, Morrow began to spill the unconfirmed beans.

“I am part of the Illuminati and free masons. You have no authority and I don’t have to leave,” Morrow said, according to the police report.

Morrow continued her rant at the "top of her lungs," and said she was a "famous music talent" and had connections to judges that would cost the officer his job.

Davis joined in, seconding Morrow's threats and allegations.

“He continued to yell along with the female about free masons and their impending music record deal and the celebrities, judges, and power their family had,” according to the report.

Both Morrow and Davis were arrested and charged with disorderly conduct.

Many believe the Illuminati and Freemasons are secret societies made up of world leaders and intellectuals who aim to control the world by orchestrating world events through government and corporate influence.