Former 'That's So Raven' actor Orlando Brown arrested in Vegas for attempting to change locks of a restaurant
This is the third time that Eddie is busted by the cops, first for beating up a woman, second for illegally possessing drugs.
For the third time in a year, Orlando Brown has been arrested, this time after he was caught on camera attempting to change the locks of Legends Restaurant & Venue, in Las Vegas. The restaurant is owned by former 'Death Row' artist, Danny Boy. Brown was captured by surveillance cameras and can be seen loitering around the empty kitchen.
A report by TMZ stated that Brown and Boy are childhood friends, however, when Brown's movements triggered the alarm at the restaurant and the alert on Boy's phone, he immediately called for the cops, who found Brown on the roof. Brown claimed he was there with Boy's permission. When Boy denied Brown's claim, the former 'That's So Raven' star was immediately arrested and is now behind bars with bail set at $13,000. This is the third time in a year that Brown has been arrested. He earlier faced charges for assault, after being arrested in Los Angeles.
Earlier Brown was also charged with illegal possession of drugs, resisting arrest, and obstructing a public official. According to a felony complaint provided by the Los Angeles District Attorney's Office, Brown was arrested on January 17 for beating up a woman that he was in a relationship with. The former Disney star had, however, denied the charges on his Instagram account which was later made private. He was charged with possessing methamphetamine within police headquarters and also for possessing drug paraphernalia, battery and resisting or delaying arrest.
The actor was arrested back in April -- for an outstanding warrant -- by a bounty hunter, who busted into his house. They pulled the 30-year-old out, in his boxers, from the closet he was hiding in. His request to allow him to put on pants was ignored and he was instead immediately hand-cuffed. According to TMZ, the bounty hunter had legal paperwork and warrants and was allowed to enter the house by force.