Troubled actor Orlando Brown has been charged with a string of offences following an alleged domestic spat with his girlfriend.
The former That's So Raven star was taken into police custody in January (16) for allegedly arguing with his girlfriend in a car in a police station parking lot in Torrance, California.
Brown refused to leave his vehicle, and when he was eventually brought into the station, cops allegedly found him in possession of methamphetamine.
He has since been charged with misdemeanour domestic battery, obstruction of justice, and felony counts of drug possession with intent to sell and having contraband in jail, according to TMZ.com.
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Actress Raven-symone Is Planning An Onstage Reunion With Her That's So Raven Co-star Anneliese Van Der Pol By Joining Her For A Duet At Her Upcoming New York Gig.
Van Der Pol, who played Raven-Symone's best friend on the Disney Channel sitcom, will make her solo concert debut in the Big Apple at the 54 Below venue on 22 September (15), and she has invited her old pal to make an appearance.
Reuniting with Raven on her U.S. talk show The View on Friday (14Aug15), she explained, "I hope she does it and does not flake out of it!
"I'm doing my own show... and Raven's gonna sing with me... I've got a couple of ridiculous ideas and I've gotta see if she'll agree with them."
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In the 1980s, the streets of Compton were brutal. Five friends were brought together by their raw talent for translating the struggles they faced into powerful, poetic music. As the group came together, adopting the name N.W.A., their world steadily began to change around them, becoming a far darker place. And with the release of one particularly controversial song in the wake of a horrific tragedy, N.W.A. were thrown into the public eye, and became the forerunners of a revolution. But looking back, Eazy-E, Dr. Dre, Ice Cube, MC Ren and DJ Yella still saw themselves as just a group of friends, straight outta Compton.
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Troubled actor Orlando Brown has been charged with disturbing the peace following a bust-up with a woman at her Los Angeles apartment last month (Jul14).
Police officers were called to the property to solve a dispute between a female and the That's So Raven star, who was allegedly hurling death threats. Brown denies the claims and insists the woman was a stalker he confronted.
An investigation was launched into the alleged incident and Brown has now been charged with two counts of disturbing the peace and a further offence of public intoxication.
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Troubled actor Orlando Brown had a brush with police in Los Angeles this week (beg21Jul14) when cops were called to investigate a disturbance.
Police officers rushed to an apartment in North Hollywood in the early hours of the morning after neighbours reported hearing a dispute.
Brown, 26, tells Tmz.com he went to the property to confront a woman who had been pursuing him and explain to her boyfriend that there was nothing going on between them.
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Troubled actor Orlando Brown has been jailed for six months on charges relating to his 2011 arrest for drink-driving.
The former That's So Raven star was taken into custody on 23 August (13) and ordered to serve 180 days behind bars after failing to show proof he had completed court-ordered alcohol education classes stemming from his previous court case.
However, Brown is expected to be released by 19 September (13) due to prison overcrowding, according to Tmz.com.
Troubled actor Orlando Brown is wanted by authorities after skipping a court hearing relating to his 2011 arrest for driving under the influence (Dui).
The former That's So Raven regular was scheduled to prove on Wednesday (08May13) that he had completed an alcohol education programme and attended alcohol counselling sessions as part of his probation for the two-year-old case, but when he failed to show, the Los Angeles judge issued a bench warrant allowing police to take him into custody, reports Tmz.com.
The embattled star's legal woes are piling up - he was busted for Dui again last month (Apr13) and was held on a warrant from his 2011 arrest after missing another hearing last October (12).
Actor Orlando Brown was sentenced to a day in jail after pleading no contest to a drink-driving charge stemming from his arrest in August (11).
The That's So Raven star struck a deal with prosecutors relating to his Dui arrest in Los Angeles and entered a no contest plea to one count of driving with a blood alcohol content over .08 per cent, according to Tmz.com.
The 23 year old was sentenced to one day in jail - which was dismissed as time already served - 36 months probation and a $390 (£240) fine plus penalty costs.
He was also ordered to enrol in an alcohol education program, and attend 10 Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) meetings.
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Actor Orlando Brown has been reported missing after failing to return from a trip to a convenience store in California on Tuesday (22Apr08).
The 20-year-old, best known for his role as Eddie Thomas on hit Disney TV show That's So Raven, is alleged to have left his manager Ricky Romance's Studio City house around 10.20am on Tuesday to go to the local 7-Eleven store.
But panic set in when the star didn't return, and Romance and Brown's publicist, Elayne Rivers, have been unable to contact him ever since.
Rivers claims Brown is not usually out of touch for long, and his absence has sparked worry among his family and friends, reports People.com.
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Even when presented with a reasonably original idea for a kids' movie like "Max Keeble's Big Move," Disney can always find a way to bleed all the color out of it and give the resulting product that Mouse House assembly-line feel.
Max (Alex D. Linz), our hero, is a diminutive, idiosyncratic seventh-grader with a rubbery face and a hurricane hairdo, who starts junior high on the wrong foot, running afoul of two bullies and the conniving school principal on the first day of class. The original idea in here is that just when he's sure he's in for a miserable year, his father announces the family is moving away, and Max realizes he has a golden opportunity to assert himself and wreak some havoc without any consequences.
Max concocts a plan to humiliate the bullies, expose the principal's illicit designs for the school budget, and make time with a ninth-grader (Brooke Anne Smith) so babelicious that she gets Britney Spears' "Hit Me Baby (One More Time)" as her very own theme song.
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