Police executed search warrants Tuesday at the homes of suspects connected to the alleged kidnapping of actor Jeremy London, RadarOnline.com is reporting exclusively.
London told Palm Springs, California police he was held at gunpoint, forced to smoke drugs and kidnapped in a wild ordeal that began on June 10 and stretched into the next morning. RadarOnline.com was first to report that story, which immediately made headlines around the country.
One man is behind bars and police are investigating two other suspects in the case.
The search warrant served at the homes of potential suspects on Tuesday allowed police to seize cell phones, a source close to the investigation told RadarOnline.com exclusively.
“Several phones were taken by police,” the source said. “Police are not saying exactly what they are looking for.”
The warrants are being filed in court in Riverside County.
“The case is being actively investigated,” the source told RadarOnline.com.
London’s case has stirred great controversy. RadarOnline.com was first to reveal that both London and his wife Melissa are undergoing drug testing in connection with a custody case involving their son. London has previously been in rehab for prescription pills and Melissa told RadarOnline.com that she developed a dependency on pills after having surgery.
Many have doubted the Mallrats star’s story that he was forced to smoke drugs, but in the only interview he has given he insisted to RadarOnline.com that it was true, said he was scared for his life, and attacked his brother and other family members for giving interviews doubting his story.
The actor is undergoing tough times and is struggling for money. His relationship with Melissa is on-again, off-again and volatile according to multiple sources.
Brandon Adams was arrested in connection with the case and is in jail on $500,000 bail. Two other men are suspects. Police have not released their names although RadarOnline.com learned that one goes by the street name of “Little N.”