Nicholas Brendon was arrested in Boise, Idaho, over the weekend. It seems that the Buffy the Vampire Slayer star had some problems with the law, which led to the arrest. Reports reveal that Brendon was taken into custody by the cops on Friday night.
Nicholas Brendon was in town for Tree City Comic Con, but was unable to stay away from issues. So, the 43 year old actor created disturbance at a hotel, which led to the arrest. Apparently, he started to break decorative dish and so he was arrested on malicious injury to property. Moreover, it seems that the actor wasn’t really cooperative with the cops, which added resisting or obstructing officers to the charges.
“When officers arrived, they found the suspect who showed signs of intoxication and repeatedly refused officers commands to stay seated while officers tried to speak with witnesses,” an official statement from the police said. “When the suspect continued to try and walk away, officers took him into custody for resisting and obstructing,” it added.
Following the incident, the actor wanted to ensure fans that he is doing well. “Nick is doing well. He sends thanks and appreciates all of you for your love, support and positive vibes,” a tweet said. The actor was released from custody on Saturday morning, after paying a $600 bond, but still it has been revealed that he spent the night in jail.
The fact that Nicholas Brendon has some problems with the law is not that shocking. Actually, the star had previously been arrested with one count of vandalism, one count of resisting arrest and two counts of battery. The event dates back to 2010. In 2005, the actor checked into rehab for alcoholism. Following this incident, the actor was ordered to complete 10 days of work on the state highway.
This new arrest occurred just a few weeks after the popular actor married his girlfriend Moonda Tee in Las Vegas. He proposed to his girlfriend only about one week before the marriage. It surely seems that the two are happy together and maybe the marriage will help Nicholas Brendon to stay away of more trouble.