by (@hallekiefer)

After Allegedly Brawling And Pooping His Pants, Dazed Jason London Tweets About His Meltdown

Do we even have to make the requisite Dazed and Confused joke? You know, the one that goes “actor Jason London must have been Dazed and Confused after he was arrested following a bar fight in Scotsdale, Arizona”? Seriously though, something confusing must have happened to the ’90s actor for him to have allegedly punched a bouncer, made a homophobic slur at police officers responding to the brawl and…um…pooped his pants in a cop car following his arrest. “Guess what f—–?  I f—ing love this.  I f—ing own you guys so hard.  I’m rich and I’m a motherf—ing famous actor!  F—ing look me up, bitch,” TMZ claims London told the police before soiling himself. This kind of puts brother Jeremy London‘s whole “I was kidnapped and forced to take drugs” incident in perspective, but what if we were to tell you that this isn’t even the most baffling part of this story? The most baffling part is London later went to Twitter to address the incident.

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Jeremy London Furious With Brother Jason For Doubting His Kidnapping Story

It’ll be a while before we learn more details and can draw better conclusions as to what really happened to Jeremy London when he was kidnapped in Palm Springs two weeks ago, but for now, Jeremy is sticking to his story. London claims he was kidnapped at gunpoint and three captors forced him to smoke drugs, but not before letting London’s wife Melissa go free. One of the kidnappers, Brandon Adams, has been arrested and says that London voluntarily “partied” with them. Now though, London has released a video where he thanks his supporters but tears into his own family, including his twin brother Jason, for doubting the integrity of his story.

Jason was quoted as saying “We love Jeremy very, very much… but he’s lost,” and attributed the story to a relapse and Jeremy’s inability to stay clean. Jeremy retorts in the video, available on (and  filmed…in his car?), by saying “This actually did happen to me. It was one of the worst days of my life… I thought I was going to die. . .The worst part of this has been my family. We’ve had to put a cease and desist order on them and now I’m going to have to have a restraining order put on them. They went on TV and told a bunch of lies saying this [the kidnapping] never happened. I haven’t seen them in six months… they have no idea what’s going on.” Pretty safe to say none of us have any idea what’s going on, actually.