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Miles Teller arrested for public drunkenness in San Diego

20 June 2017

The War Dogs actor was reportedly arrested in San Diego, Calif.in the early morning of Sunday, June 18, 2017.

"So at that point they determined he was unable to care for himself and place him under arrest", he said.

The city's police department offer to take drunk citizens to detox centres run by volunteers where someone can stay overnight and sleep off the booze, however Teller allegedly refused.

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Sunday Funday. Not so much for "Whiplash" star Miles Teller.

Miles was then arrested for public intoxication (a misdemeanor charge), spent around four hours in jail, and was released without bail.

As CI readers know, the performer made headlines back in December after he was involved in a terrifying auto accident with his girlfriend, Keleigh Sperry, after an Uber driver smashed into his truck.

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"I and @keleighperry are ok". "This woman's irrational and ignorant decision put our lives and her passengers in very real danger".

Local law enforcement reportedly told the outlet Teller became uncooperative when approached by an officer and lost his balance, nearly falling into a traffic lane! He was able to walk away from the crash without injury.

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Miles Teller arrested for public drunkenness in San Diego