Actor Vince Vaughn arrested for DUI

Actor Vince Vaughn arrested for DUI

Actor Vince Vaughn arrested for DUI

Vaughn returned a positive result and was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol and also for resisting, delaying or obstructing officers.

The 48-year-old actor was taken into police custody at around four am on Sunday (June 10).

According to Manhattan Beach PD, Vaughn was initially uncooperative and at first refused to exit the auto. After both men stepped out of the vehicle, Vaughn was charged for misdemeanor DUI and resisting arrest. He was held on a $5,000 bail at the police station, and now reportedly both men are free.

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Vaughn was arrested back in 2001 for a pretty insane bar brawl that occurred in Wilmington, North Carolina.

At this point, it's too early to tell if Vaughn and his passenger will be charged. One night, he was at a bar with actor Steve Buscemi and screenwriter Scott Rosenberg. Authorities said Vaughn, along with a passenger, were detained at the checkpoint. In 2001, he he was arrested following a violent bar fight in Wilmington, NC, leading to assault charges against him which were eventually dropped. He will also star alongside Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson in the 2019 WWE biopic Fighting With My Family.

Vaughn is best known for his roles in "Swingers", "Wedding Crashers", and "Hacksaw Ridge".

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