Conservative commentator Ben Shapiro has filed a police report following an incident last week in which Inside Edition's Zoey Tur threatened to put him in an ambulance.

The police report, which was filed Sunday morning with the Los Angeles Police Department, alleged battery against the transgender reporter.

"Physical responses and attendant violent threats in response to political discourse are inappropriate and rightly illegal," Shapiro told the Washington Examiner's media desk Monday. "These rules apply to everyone, no matter how much some may want to exempt members of their chosen victim class from them."

Tur and Shapiro got into it last week as a panel discussed whether Caitlyn Jenner, formerly known as Bruce when she was an Olympic athlete, deserved to be awarded the "ESPY's Arthur Ashe Courage Award."

"Why are we mainstreaming delusion?" Shapiro asked.

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"We both know chromosomes don't necessarily mean you're male or female ... You have a thing like Klinefelter's syndrome," the transgender reporter said, gesturing towards Shapiro. "So you don't know what you're talking about, you're not educated on genetics."

The conservative commentator asked, "What are your genetics, sir?"

Tur shot back, "You cut that out now, or you'll go home in an ambulance."

Shapiro protested, but Tur called him "rude" and eventually warned, "I'll see you in the parking lot."

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Shapiro has reportedly spoken with an LAPD detective. The conservative author also said he's looking into the possibility of filing a police report involving "alleged criminal threats," according to Breitbart news.