We Have An Early Nominee For Messiest Mug Shot Of 2018

February 3, 2018 / Posted by:

A friend of mine once came to after a drunken bender in Cancun to find himself behind a dumpster, missing his shoes and wallet. That human shipwreck still looked more presentable than actor Jeremy London, 45, does in his latest mugshot. Page Six and TMZ report that the former Party Of Five and Mallrats cast member caught a domestic charge on Friday. Hopefully his punishment involves delousing and a shower, because although it’s not as bad as his brother’s 2013 mug shot, it still gets a “damn” from me. 

Jeremy was charged with a misdemeanor (domestic violence simple assault) by the Jackson County, Mississippi Sheriff’s Office. Officers arrested him in the front yard of the home owned by his wife Juliet London. There aren’t any details as of yet to what actually happened. Whatever it was, it really messed with his lewk. His rep says that the incident “stemmed from a private marital matter with Juliet.”

We’re told it was an isolated incident and “standard protocol in an attempt to diffuse an emotionally-charged situation.” The couple’s addressing the incident privately.

Jeremy’s claim to fame (besides his acting work in the 90s) is that time back in 2010 when he laughably insisted he had been kidnapped and forced to smoke crack by an evil gang of kidnappers/crack-cocaine enablers in Palm Springs of all places. In actuality, gangs in Palm Springs would probably consist of some well-off retiree queens, their favorite rent boys, and a couple of leathery widows in tennis skirts. His now ex-wife Melissa Cunningham (who was “abducted” alongside Jeremy) later admitted it was actually a drug deal gone wrong.

Jeremy was pinched for domestic violence against Melissa in 2012. He supposedly pulled her hair and hit her in the head. The charges were later dropped.

Jeremy London should also receive a further charge of assault in regards to that pic. It’s an assault on our eyes, and he’s absolutely guilty! This court is now adjourned!

Pic: Jackson County Sheriff’s Office

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