COPS LET LOOSE ALLEGED BREAKFAST CLUB MENACE ANTHONY MICHAEL HALL
Published on: September 7, 2011
Photography by: Zuma Press
ANTHONY MICHAEL HALL allegedly threatens to beat neighbor “to a pulp” as cops bust actor at Venice Beach condo.
Hall was arrested on charges of disturbing the peace after an alleged altercation with a neighbor, The LA Times reported.
Hall faces a misdemeanor charge that will be processed by the L.A. city attorney's office.Hall’s neighbor summoned cops, telling them that “The Dead Zone” thesp uprooted plants in a common area of their condo.
The neighbor had heard the noise, came out of his unit and inquired of Hall what he was doing, law enforcement sources said.
According to cops, Hall allegedly responded with an obscenity, threatening to “beat him to a pulp.”
Hall later knocked on the man's front door and when the neighbor opened the door, Hall allegedly told him to come outside to fight. The man slammed the door and got LAPD on the horn.
Hall, who starred in "Sixteen Candles," "The Breakfast Club" and "National Lampoon's Vacation," was taken into custody by cops.
He was released from custody early Tuesday morning after being booked.