When you think of Anthony Michael Hall, you don't think of the Breakfast Club, you think of someone who gets arrested for disturbing the peace, right?
Oh well, maybe you should:
LAPD confirm the former '80s teen star, best known for his roles in a number of classic John Hughes films including Sixteen Candles and The Breakfast Club, was taken into custody after an ugly confrontation with a fellow resident at his Westside L.A. condominium complex.
Sources tell the Los Angeles Times the dispute began when Hall had a fit and started ripping up plants in the condominium's common area. When the neighbor came out of his unit to ask him what the deal was, he said the 43-year-old thesp yelled profanity at him and threatened to "beat [him] to a pulp."
Not long after, Hall pounded on the guy's door and challenged him to a fight.
The neighbor called the cops and Hall was booked on suspicion of disturbing the peace and released shortly before midnight.
If Chill Pills existed, Anthony Michael Hall would need a prescription.
We don't know what the dispute was about exactly yet, but when we hear, you'll hear!
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