Mallrats star Jeremy London had a warrant for his arrest when he says he was kidnapped and forced to smoke drugs, RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned.
Troubles for the Party of Five and 7th Heaven actor started in January 2004 when he was convicted of a DUI. He was ordered to pay a $1,402 fine and attend a 3-month first-offender drug and alcohol counseling program.
In January of this year -- while on probation -- Jeremy was charged with driving without a license. Two months later, a bench warrant was issued for him after he failed to appear at a hearing in connection with the traffic violation. Bail was set at $2,500.
A county clerk confirmed to RadarOnline.com that the warrant has not been revoked.
Although Jeremy was dealing with police all day Thursday, he still hasn't been arrested on the warrant.
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Meanwhile, the suspect in his bizarre kidnapping is behind bars and has a rap sheet of his own.
26-year-old Brandon Ray Adams was convicted in 2006 of public intoxication. Two years later, July 25, 2008, he was charged with molesting a child under the age of 18, but those charges were later dismissed. On the second count of battery, he was found guilty.
Now you can add the following charges to his criminal record: Kidnap for Ransom, Carjacking, Robbery, Taking A Vehicle Without Owner Consent and Receiving Stolen Property.
He is now being held on half a million dollars bail. His next court hearing will be June 24, 2010.