Jeremy London's kidnapping tale raises suspicions
If Jeremy London's wild and scary tale of being kidnapped at gunpoint and forced to smoke meth for twelve hours sounded a little fishy, here's more grist for the mental mill.
Brandon Adams, the man behind bars accused of kidnapping the "Party Of Five" star and forcing him to do drugs has pleaded innocent. And the accused dude's neighbors aren't buying London's story at all.
"I don't believe it," a neighbor told RadarOnline.com. "Brandon probably was doing drugs WITH that actor, and the guy just said he was forced to smoke because he knew drugs were in his system."
They have a point. For one thing, drugs are expensive. Why would someone force a stranger to consume quantities of drugs when they could sell them and make money or do the drugs themselves and get high? People who do and/or sell drugs are probably not generous with freebies.
Turns out London also had a warrant out for his arrest He was convicted of a DUI in January 2004, he paid a fine and attended a 3-month drug and alcohol counseling program.
He was still on probation in January 2010, when he was caught driving without a license, reports Radaronline. Two months later, a bench warrant was issued after he -- oops -- missed the hearing.
Due to the kidnapping brouhaha, the police haven't arrested him. Yet. And did we mention that he's also embroiled in a divorce and custody dispute with his estranged wife, Melissa Cunningham?
When there's this much drama going on in someone's life, you have to wonder if their "life has become unmanageable," as Bill W would say. What do you think about Jeremy's tale? Plausible or preposterous?
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