'7th Heaven' Star Jeremy London Is Arrested For Alleged Domestic Violence

Mallrats Star Jeremy London Arrested
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Feb. 3 2018, Updated 10:08 p.m. ET

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Jeremy London has been arrested for alleged domestic violence, according to a website report.

The actor, who appeared on the squeaky clean show 7th Heaven, plus Party of Five and the movie Mallrats, was reportedly booked in Jackson County, Mississippi.

So far, it's unclear who may have also been involved in the alleged incident, and Jackson County Police authorities have not yet responded to Radar's request for more information.

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However, London, 45, has had legal problems in the past. In a bizarre 2010 case, London claimed he'd been kidnapped and forced to smoke drugs at gunpoint in a wild night in Palm Springs.

Somehow a stunned London managed to escape at around 3 o’clock the next morning, an officer told Radar at the time. Suspect Brandon Adams contended to Radar that London had asked him to score him pills and they went on a consensual joyride.

Eventually, however, Adams pled guilty to false imprisonment and was sentenced to state prison. In 2012, London was charged with domestic violence  regarding his second, then-estranged wife, Melissa Cunningham. It was alleged that London had pulled her hair and hit her on the head, but the charges were later dismissed.

London and Cunningham had appeared on Celebrity Rehab With Dr. Drew together in 2011, but couldn't save their marriage.

In 2014, London got married to his third wife, Juliet Reeves, just days after his divorce from Cunningham. Two days later, they had a son named Wyatt.

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