It was a big week for the London twins.
Just days after Jason London, who starred in 1993’s “Dazed and Confused,” was arrested in Arizona after getting in a fight at a bar (and then, well, defecating in his pants in the police cruiser), his identical twin, Jeremy, who was on ‘90s TV shows “Party of Five” and “7th Heaven,” got some good news in the legal arena.
Jeremy, 40, had a January 2012 domestic violence charge against him formally dismissed in an Indio, California, court this week. The original offense occurred after the actor – who appeared on “Celebrity Rehab” in December 2010 after claiming he was kidnapped and forced to do drugs at gunpoint – and his estranged wife, fought over their 5-year-old son, Lyrik, and he was accused of allegedly striking her in the head and pulling her hair. Since then, Jeremy completed 20 anger management classes, which were required of him.
The judge in the case also officially terminated a protective order mandating Jeremy have no contact with Melissa Cunningham, who also received treatment from Dr. Drew Pinsky while Jeremy was on the VH1 show.
Jason, meanwhile, is maintaining his claim that he was unjustly jumped at a Scottsdale bar early Monday morning after a patron accused him of “looking at his friend’s girl.” According to his rep, “Jason's injuries are consistent with a brutal attack with deliberately and expertly aimed landed shots to the head which, according to eyewitnesses, continued even after he was unconscious.”
Jason, who suffered a right orbital fracture, sinus fracture, multiple contusions, and a concussion, was arrested for disorderly conduct/fighting and assault.
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