Twilight actor sentenced to two years' probation for urinating in airport

Twilight actor sentenced to two years' probation for urinating in airport



Twilight actor Bronson Pelletier has been sentenced to two years' probation after pleading 'no contest' to a charge of public intoxication.

The Canadian star, who plays werewolf Jared in the films, was arrested after he urinated in the departure lounge of Los Angeles International Airport in December.

According to The Huffington Post, the 26-year-old was arrested at LAX after airport police responded to a call about an unruly passenger on a plane.

When they arrived, they removed Pelletier from the plane as he was deemed too intoxicated to fly.

He was allowed to sober up and take another flight, but police were called again when he stood up and urinated at the gate.

The actor was arrested for public intoxication, taken to jail and released shortly after.

According to TMZ, Pelletier was sentenced to two years' probation and was ordered to attend 52 AA meetings (two per week).

He had previously denied peeing at the airport, but the entire incident was caught on camera.



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In February 2011, former Westlife singer Brian McFadden was marched off a Virgin flight from Los Angeles to Australia, allegedly for lighting up a cigarette and being under the influence of alcohol. He denied being drunk, despite fellow passengers claiming he drank heavily, shouted and was being abusive to everyone around him before he was restrained by Australian TV presenter Kyle Sandilands. Australian Federal Police confirmed that they were asked by Virgin to meet the flight on its arrival – but as there was no formal complaint made by the airline, and the singer was interviewed and released without charge. He later tweeted: 'Wasn't arrested! Didn't smoke on the flight. And the Virgin staff were very nice. I did have a few drinks but I was not smashed and abusive. If reports were true then I would have been arrested, fined and wosrt (sic)! Banned from my favourite airline V Australia. Storm in a tea cup.'

Singer and actress Courtney Love was famously arrested at Heathrow Airport for "endangering an aircraft" back into 2003. According to the Daily Mail, she verbally abused crew members, and the crew said she refused to sit in her seat and put her seatbelt on. Police went on board and spoke to Love in the Upper Class cabin. She was taken to the airport's police station and later released with a caution for causing harassment, alarm and distress. As she left Love said: 'I cussed at a lady - my daughter always said I had a potty mouth.'

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