Jesse Luken, an actor whose credits include a run on “Glee” as Bobby “Boom Boom” Surette, boom-boomed into a curb Christmas night in Glendale, California where police arrested him “under suspicion of DUI!”
According to Glendale Police, officers encountered Luken sitting on the side of the road in his car, its front right wheel “mangled” and tire flattened after a run in with the curb.
After “showing signs of intoxication” in a field-sobriety test, and refusing to take a breathalyzer test, cops booked Jesse and subjected him to a blood test.
Results of the blood test are not available yet, Dan Suttles with Glendale Police told The National ENQUIRER.
The actor was released on Wednesday, Dec. 26 from the Glendale City Jail and will be required to appear in court on a future date.
Luken’s run-in with Glendale authorities is just the latest in a series of shockers to befall cast-mates from the canceled Fox song-fest.
In January 2018, Mark Salling — who played Noah “Puck” Puckerman on the show — committed suicide after having formalized a plea agreement with prosecutors on a child-pornography charge.
Officials had found tens of thousands of kiddie-porn images in Mark’s possession, and he was facing 4-7 years in jail.
Cory Monteith — one of the show’s breakout stars as Finn Hudson — brought his career to screeching halt on July 13, 2013, when he died from what was later ruled as a “mixed drug toxicity, involving heroin and alcohol.”
West Virginia.Police arrested Naya Rivera — who played “Glee”‘s bi-curious cheerleader Santana Lopez — on Nov. 26, 2017, on a domestic battery charge. The former Hooters waitress had allegedly attacked her husband, Ryan Dorsey, during an argument. Charges were dropped
In 2010, her former boyfriend Salling had accused her of keying and throwing eggs and dog food at his Lexus in a jealous rage after discovering he was hooking up with other women. Naya never confirmed nor denied the report.