Edward Furlong Arrested on Suspicions of Domestic Violence For Third Time in Three Months

Celebrity News Jan. 15, 2013 AT 1:00PM
Edward Furlong Edward Furlong Credit: Los Angeles County Sheriff's Office via Getty

Trouble is a friend of Edward Furlong. The Terminator 2: Judgment Day actor found himself back in custody in the early hours of Monday, Jan. 14 after police officers responded to complaints of a disturbance at his L.A. residence just two months after he was arrested on similar charges.

Furlong, 35, was taken into custody and booked at Men's Central Jail in lieu of $50,000 bail around 5:45 a.m., authorities confirm to E! News. It is believed that he and his girlfriend were engaged in an argument when he shoved her violently.

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The actor was previously slapped with domestic violence charges back in October after he allegedly grabbed his girlfriend’s arm during a dispute at Los Angeles International Airport.

"On Oct. 30, 2012 at approximately 12:40 a.m., Los Angeles Airport Police officers responded to a call regarding a possible domestic violence investigation at Terminal 2 on the arrivals level," airport police said in a statement at the time.

Edward Furlong in
Edward Furlong in "Terminator 2: Judgement Day"
Credit: Courtesy Everett Collection

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One month later, Furlong's girlfriend again accused him of domestic violence.

His most recent arrest Monday adds to a string of legal woes for the troubled star: Furlong also currently has a $30,000 warrant out for his arrest and had his probation from previous legal troubles revoked in December.

The actor has one son Ethan, 6, with ex-wife Rachel Bella, but is currently only able to see him during supervised visits after violating a restraining order back in January 2010.

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In January 2011, he told a judge he couldn't pay child support because he was "completely broke."

A hearing for Furlong's most recent arrest will be held on Wednesday at the Beverly Hills Courthouse at 8:30 a.m.

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