Actor’s arrest caught on live stream

The actor was caught being dragged out of the RV he is currently living in by cops while in handcuffs, The US Sun reports. The controversial actor and comedian was arrested in Orange County, California after the trailer he was residing in at the time was surrounded by police, as TMZ reported Wednesday.Officials put the actor in handcuffs and carried him away, all of which was broadcast live.According to TMZ, he is now in custody – and was arrested for felony sexual battery after an adult male at the O’Neill Regional Park claimed the star sexually assaulted him.The arrest was played out on an RV YouTube channel’s live stream.Stream more entertainment news live & on demand with Flash. 25+ news channels in 1 place. New to Flash? Try 1 month free. Offer ends 31 October, 2022 >The footage from Captain Content’s RV showed several Orange County Sheriff’s Deputies speaking with Andy before walking him to their vehicles.They spoke to him before handcuffing him and bringing him off.Per TMZ, Andy was living at the site with a “group of live streamers.”The sheriff’s deputies then entered his trailer and searched it after he was taken away.“They also asked to collect the male victim’s pants as evidence,” the outlet reported.The RV YouTube channel’s description is “Welcome to the content ship” with hours-long live streams of people living in RVs being uploaded regularly.NOT THE FIRST ARRESTThe arrest was not the first time the controversial comic and Zoolander actor had been on the wrong side of the law – or the first time it was live-streamed.As TMZ earlier broke, last month in Las Vegas a welfare check took a turn when the man Andy was staying with pulled a gun.In the video, one can hear Andy telling his host, “Don’t shoot the gun.”That time, when police arrived to speak with him, he said “he was fine and wanted to stay,” per the outlet and the officials exited despite the heated scene caught once more on video.TROUBLED ACTORIn 2021, Andy was “arrested for beating his boyfriend with a liquor bottle”.That altercation with his then-boyfriend escalated into a physical brawl, law enforcement sources saying it resulted in Andy hitting his partner in the head with a liquor bottle leaving a deep cut.The actor was arrested for felony domestic battery, although he was released a few hours later after paying the $50,000 ($A 71,600) bond.The incident came after the 55-year-old was arrested in June 2021 for assaulting his lover Lucas with a metal chair.Andy’s ex-fiancee Elisa Jordana opened up about the brutal incident on her YouTube show Kermit and Friends, claiming: “He could have killed him.”Elisa said that Andy has a tendency to become “very aggressive” when drunk. “It was getting worse and worse and worse,” she added.Back in 2019, the troubled comedian was charged with groping a driver from a ride-hailing service.Meanwhile, he pleaded not guilty to misdemeanour battery and misdemeanour sexual battery after he allegedly groped a woman’s behind in 2018.Additionally, Andy was fired from an indie movie in 2017 after he was accused of groping cast and crew members.According to Page Six, he denied the claims of groping admitting he “might have kissed somebody on the cheek to say goodbye and then licked them.”Andy has been married twice – to Ivone Kowalczyk from 1986 to 1990 and to Lena Sved after that resulting in three children total, one with the former and two with the latter.He has a total of 178 acting credits in TV series, films, and video games.He is best known for his roles in Inspector Gadget, Road Trip, and as the voice of Nuka in Disney’s Lion King II: Simba’s Pride – and unfortunately for his notorious trail of arrests.Despite his success, Andy has struggled with drug and alcohol abuse and has ended up in jail on numerous occasions and was 49 years old when he spoke with HollywoodNews in 2014, sharing he’d been in jail around “five or ten times.”The outlet reported Dick had a history of car crashes, indecent exposure, urinating in public, throwing beer bottles into a neighbour’s yard, and allegedly groping a bartender and a patron in addition to cast and crew members.This article originally appeared in The US Sun and was reproduced with permission.Domestic Violence helplines

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