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More Trouble: Arrest Warrant Issued For Farrah Fawcett & Ryan O'Neal's Son Redmond - Relapse Fears Growing

Redmond O'Neal Warrant For Arrest

May 15 2015, Updated 4:24 p.m. ET

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Relapse fears are growing for Farrah Fawcett and Ryan O'Neal's son, Redmond O'Neal, after a Los Angeles judge issued a no bail bench warrant for him has exclusively learned.

Troubling issues were discovered in Redmond's probation report, stemming from his 2011 arrest and conviction for felony heroin drug and gun possession charges.

Judge Keith Schwartz issued a no bail bench warrant for Redmond on April 3, 2015, for an unspecified alleged probation violation, according to court documents obtained exclusively by Radar. Redmond's probation was also revoked and the warrant is still active.

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He has battled an addiction to heroin for most of his adult life, and has been to rehab multiple times.

In 2014, while still on probation from the felony heroin possession, Redmond relapsed, and admitted it to the court.

On June 2, 2014, Judge Schwartz determined Redmond had been using drugs, didn't obey all laws, and didn't go to court ordered doctor's appointments.

Ordered back to rehab, and to only see father, Ryan O'Neal with staff present, and to take all medications as required, Redmond also had to wear a GPS device while in treatment, and to be randomly drug tested, and be monitored during the process.

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The GPS device was no longer required after Redmond received a favorable progress report on October 30, 2014.

Redmond's lawyer, Richard Pintal was unavailable for comment.



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