Jeremy London was so angry that his twin brother Jason and his mother gave an interview doubting the Mallrats star's kidnapping story that he sent a legal letter - and RadarOnline.com has exclusively obtained a copy.
Jeremy and Jason are not close and when Jason and his mother spoke out on the E! channel, Jeremey took action, taking aim at Jason's girlfriend Sofia Karsten.
“You have been granting unauthorized interviews,” Jeremy’s lawyer wrote, although it is unclear why the interviews would have to be authorized. The letter goes on to state that Jeremy’s publicist must approve all interviews, but again does not say why.
About the interviews, Jeremy’s lawyer states: “The information you are providing is false and your behavior is reckless and could potentially harm the reputation of my client.”
The letter also states: “The content thereof is based on false information, which is damaging to Mr. London.
“This is to advise you that if you do not immediately cease and desist from engaging in any type of interviews with regard to Jeremy London, we will seek an immediate injunction against you in a court of law to prevent you from granting interviews and from exploiting the personal life of Jeremy London.”
Jeremy is furious that family has doubted his story of being kidnapped, held at gun point and forced to smoke drugs – an exclusive broken by RadarOnline.com.
“Jeremy and Jason don’t get along at all,” one source told RadarOnline.com. “They haven’t been close and don’t have nice things to say about each other.”
In his first interview since the kidnapping that left one man in jail and police searching for two others, Jeremy told RadarOnline.com “I thought I was going to die. I had a gun put to my head.
“The worst part about this is my family. We had to have a cease and desist put on and now I’m going to have to have a restraining order put on them. Jason London and..my mom…and his girlfriend Sofia Karsten…we had to have a cease and desist put on them for the bunch of lies saying this never happened. I haven’t even seen them for six months.”