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Twilight's Bronson Pelletier DENIES Public Intoxication & Drug Possession Arrests!

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Bronson Pelletier Denies Public Intoxication Urination

Despite multiple arrests, Twilight actor, Bronson Pelletier, is insisting that he's done NOTHING wrong!

We previously mentioned that the flick's wolf pack member had been arrested for not only public intoxication, but also for possession of meth and cocaine just one week earlier!

Bronson has now spoken up about the situations and is claiming that he was setup and that neither of the events happened!

Yesterday, when asked about his public urination at the airport gate, Bronson responded:

"No peeing … peeing did not happen."

Supposedly, the actor — who seems majorly in denial — claimed that a random man bought him drinks at the airport and then later snitched on him to have him kicked off the plane!

Just who was this drink-buying stranger? Well, according to Bronson's reps, they think he was an "obsessed fan!"

Hm… okay then! Maybe they were confusing him with Taylor Lautner? LOLz!

As for the meth and cocaine felony arrest?

Bronson replied:

"That situation was … uh, yeah, no … that did not happen."

You can deny all you want… police reports prove otherwise!

Reportedly, Bronson has been ordered back in court for another hearing on January 17th, after already pleading not guilty to possessing the drugs!

[Image via WENN.]

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3 comments to “Twilight's Bronson Pelletier DENIES Public Intoxication & Drug Possession Arrests!”



  1. 1

    Training for politics I see…

  2. Monique Wiltz says – reply to this


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    This story has nothing to do with the handsome Taylor Lautner. Please stop associating his name with anyone that was in Twilight.

  3. Miller Cerasuolo says – reply to this


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    In Virginia, possession of cocaine and methamphetamine are class 5 felonies punishable by 1-10 years of imprisonment. Convictions for both can run consecutively. If Bronson Pelletier were to be found guilty of these offenses in Virginia, he could be sentenced up to 20 years in prison. However, that sentence will vary greatly depending on the circumstances surrounding the offense and Mr. Pelletier’s criminal history. First offenders are also eligible for a deferred finding of guilt. Upon completion of a probationary period, a substance abuse program, and 100 hours of community service the charges may be dismissed.