Garrett Hedlund arrested for public intoxication in Tennessee:

Garrett Hedlund arrested for public intoxication in Tennessee:

  • TMZ reported that Garrett Hedlund was taken into custody for public intoxication Saturday night. 
  • Franklin County, Tennessee was the scene of the incident. 
  • Representatives said that Hedlund was freed on bail and would be back in court in March.

Garrett Hedlund, actor, was reportedly taken into custody in Tennessee 

TMZAccording to reports, Hedlund (37) was taken into custody for public intoxication Saturday night in Franklin County. Details about the incident are not available. 

According to the outlet, Hedlund was released under a $2100 bond and will return to court in March. 

Insider’s request to comment was not immediately answered by representatives from Garret Hedlund or the Franklin Country Sherriff’s Office.

News of the “Tron” actor’s reported arrest comes after he and fellow actress Emma Roberts broke up. PeopleAfter nearly three years of being together, the couple announced their split a few weeks back. The couple was first romantically linked in May 2019, then announced they were expecting a child in August 2020. Their son Rhodes was conceived in December 2019.

Emma Roberts (@emmaroberts), contributed this post

A lawsuit was also launched against him on Saturday, which led to Saturday’s arrest. “Friday Night Lights”This week’s actor According to PeopleHedlund is being sued by a mother-daughter team for negligence. “severely”Injured in an “horrible head-on crash”In January 2020. Hedlund was then reportedly tested for blood alcohol at .36% — four times the legal limit, and there were two minors in the car at the time of the crash, the outlet reports. 

According to People court documents, Hedlund was taken into custody following the incident. He was released on bail and set for court in February 2020. According to People, Hedlund was released on bail and found guilty on the first count of DUI.

People reported that Hedlund had completed a 30-day residential program as well as a first-offender alcohol and drug counseling program, which lasted nine months after the crash.

According to People, the mother is reportedly seeking punitive damages for her daughter and a jury trial.

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