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Jeremy London Wanted by Police for Alleged Domestic Violence

November 19, 2011 06:20:40 GMT

A representative for the former 'Party of Five' star has issued a statement slamming report that the actor physically attacked the mother of his child, insisting that 'no such abuse occurred'.


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Jeremy London is being sought by police for another domestic abuse allegation. The former "Party of Five" star was recently accused of attacking the mother of his child during an argument about custody of their son, and Palm Springs Police have confirmed they are seeking to question and possibly arrest him.

Palm Springs Police officer Rhonda Long told local TV station KPSP that a 911 call came in around 10:24 A.M. on Friday, November 18 from a woman, whose name is kept confidential. Accordingly, the woman reported that London assaulted her outside a residence in the Mountain Gate gated complex (400 Gateway Drive) in Palm Springs.

Long noted that the woman who made the 911 call refused medical services to treat her minor injury. The officer additionally said that the whereabouts of the actor who appeared on "Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew" remain unknown as he left immediately after the altercation.

Soon after news of the alleged domestic violence broke out, a representative for London issued a statement via TMZ, "This accusation is a false allegation and no such abuse occurred." The rep added, "However, we understand that the police have to follow protocol in issuing an arrest warrant, which is completely standard when any woman complains of domestic abuse. These allegations will soon be proven false."

This is not the first time London was accused of domestic abuse. In 2004, the 39-year-old actor was slapped with a restraining order by estranged wife Melissa Cunningham after allegedly throwing her out of the side of his car on a California Highway. Four years later in 2008, Melissa once again took a restraining order against him for breaking her nose during alleged drug-fueled attacks.

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