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Miles Teller Arrested For Public Drunkenness & Douchebaggery!

Miles Teller Arrested For Public Drunkenness & Douchebaggery!

Actor Miles Teller was reportedly been detained for being drunk in public and refusing to cooperate with police. A police officer reportedly observed Teller barely being able to stand on the sidewalk and approached him. The officer questioned the actor, but Miles became "uncooperative", TMZ says.

Sources said that the Divergent alum almost fell into a traffic lane after losing his balance. Police later confirmed Teller was not to blame for the crash, insisting the other driver cut him off.

Miles Teller had a not-so-fantastic weekend that culminated in his arrest in San Diego.

Officers gave him the option of sleeping it off at one of the city's detox centers, but the 30-year-old Whiplash star allegedly did not cooperate.

According to the report, Teller was deemed unable to take care of himself and brought to a local detox facility to sleep off his intoxication.

It was after this interaction that Teller was placed under arrest for being drunk in public, which is a misdemeanor offense.

He was behind bars for about four hours before being released.

PEOPLE reached out to his rep for comment and did not immediately hear back.

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