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Thursday, September 21, 2006
Lou Diamond Phillips Charged in Domestic Spat

Prosecutors charged actor Lou Diamond Phillips on Thursday with domestic battery in connection with an incident last month involving his live-in girlfriend.

Phillips, best known for his roles in 'La Bamba' and 'Stand and Deliver,' could face a maximum of one year in jail and a $2,000 fine if convicted of the misdemeanor charge. His arraignment was scheduled for Oct. 18.

According to police reports, the 44-year-old actor got into an argument with his girlfriend, and it escalated into a physical fight in the early hours of Aug. 11. His girlfriend, who was not identified in court documents, 'was pushed and dragged across the house resulting in scrapes to both knees,' City Attorney Rocky Delgadillo said in a statement.

The woman grabbed a phone, locked herself in a bathroom and dialed 9-1-1, Delgadillo said. Phillips was arrested and held for about 10 hours before being released.

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1 Comments:

Anonymous Cate Camaligan said...

Whew, that hurts!

I've been following his acting career since I was a kid during the 80's. He's been a good actor of that generation.

Never in my imagination that he'll be involve in domestic violence issue.

He's been a good guy eversince. He never fails to smile to people no matter how tired he was. I saw him during his visit in the philippines.

He'll get over this issue. When it's domestic violence concerned, I think it's better to listen to both sides people people pass judgement and opinions. Let's be fair to both parties.

And this is his first offense, right? correct me if I was wrong.

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