Lane Garrison used to be on Prison Break. Reality may now echo fiction as he's headed to jail for driving drunk and killing someone.
Lane Garrison Pleads No Contest in Battery Case
Lane Garrison caught a prison break of sorts.
The actor avoided more jail time by pleading no contest to misdemeanor battery stemming from his April 2012 arrest on suspicion of striking his ex-girlfriend.
Lane Garrison Released From Jail on Bond
Actor Lane Garrison was released from jail Friday after spending more than two months behind bars following his arrest on suspicion of domestic violence.
The 31-year-old posted $50,000 bail and was released.
Lane Garrison Pleads Not Guilty to Domestic Violence
Troubled actor Lane Garrison was back in a Beverly Hills courtroom yesterday, where he pleaded not guilty to misdemeanor domestic violence charges.
On April 22, just days before his parole from a vehicular manslaughter conviction was set to end, Lane was arrested on suspicion of domestic violence.
Lane Garrison Charged With Domestic Violence
Actor Lane Garrison has been charged with misdemeanor domestic violence following his alleged attack on ex-girlfriend Ashley Mattingly last week.
While it appeared Lane would be cleared as recently as mid-week, the L.A. County District Attorney filed the charges against him late Thursday.
Lane Garrison: Cleared in Domestic Violence Probe
Lane Garrison has dodged a legal bullet and won't be charged for allegedly slapping his ex-girlfriend, Playboy Playmate Ashley Mattingly, according to reports.
Garrison was arrested last weekend after an altercation with Mattingly in the lobby of her apartment complex in Beverly Hills, and he remains in jail.
Lane Garrison Arrested For Domestic Violence
Police arrested former Prison Break star Lane Garrison was arrested without incident after police responded to a domestic violence complaint against him over the weekend. He's currently being held on $50,000 bail.
The alleged victim was Garrison's ex-girlfriend, Ashley Mattingly.
Big (Prison) Break for Lane Garrison?
Lane Garrison got a big break today when the judge ruled that the actor should get a psychiatric evaluation instead of sentencing him to hard time.
"We don't have all the information," Superior Court Judge Eldon Fox ruled on the vehicular manslaughter charge resulting from a car accident last Dec. 2 that left a 17-year-old Beverly Hills boy dead, People magazine reported. "I intend to remand Mr. Garrison today to the Department of Corrections for diagnostics."