Jaleel White will not be charged with domestic battery of his baby momma Bridget Hardy due to lack of evidence!
Bridget accused Jaleel of punching and slapping her last week which he denied. Jaleel's attorney said Bridget's "credibility and timing" were questioned because she waited several weeks to report the incident.
Close call, Urkel — and we really hope it wasn't true!
The guy who played Urkel as a kid has a new show, which is less exciting we know, but good news for him since we can't think of a single thing he's ever done other than Family Matters.
Jaleel White is writing, producing and starring in a new web series called Fake It Til You Make It. The show follows Jaleel as he plays a former child star (streeeeeeeeeetch) who becomes a celebrity image consultant as an adult. Jaleel calls the series " the other side of Entourage" with a comedic sensibility similar to other "low-budget" Hollywood shows, like Curb Your Enthusiasm.
Kind of a lazy comeback, but hey, if no one in Hollywood will hire you, you've got to hire yourself!
In a newly-released interview with The Advocate, the online personality stressed that the cops should have taken his word for it, saying:
"I think if somebody is a victim of a crime, that person should be given the benefit of the doubt and believed. Just because there are no physical markings on my face other than the broken teeth, that doesn't mean I wasn't assaulted, and that is why the police think I wasn't assaulted."
The UK native went on to say that the way the cops slapped him with charges for vandalism and filing a false police report isn't fair, considering he says he's the victim in this incident:
"I went to the police and now apparently I'm a criminal."
However, the police have revealed that they have video