People who are easily offended probably shouldn't read this story, because it's pretty gross. And really bizarre – almost as bizarre as the time in 2010 when "Party of Five" actor Jeremy London claimed that he had been kidnapped and forced to do drugs at gun point.
Now, Jeremy London's twin brother Jason – he's the one who starred in 1993's "Dazed and Confused" and alongside Reese Witherspoon in "The Man In the Moon," not the one who starred in "Mallrats" – has been arrested after a bar fight, according to TMZ.
Citing a police report, the website states that police were called to the Martini Ranch Bar in Scottsdale, Arizona, at 1:42 a.m. Sunday. They found Jason London with a swollen eye, which he reportedly got after he and the bouncer got into an altercation when London sneezed on him and not only refused to apologize as the bouncer insisted, but struck the bouncer in the face. London was then beaten as he was thrown out of the bar kicking and screaming.
The report goes on to say that London was aggressive with paramedics who came to help him, and a police officer eventually had to use a knee strike to London's right thigh in order to make him cooperate.
The 40-year-old actor was arrested for fighting and assault and – big surprise – disorderly conduct.
When he got into the police car is when things really got ugly.
London reportedly said some choice words to the cops, including a homophobic slur.
"I f***ing love this," he said. "I f***ing own you guys so hard. I'm rich and I'm a motherf***ing famous actor! F***ing look me up, b****."
Then, according to the report, London ranted about the smell of the vehicle and the arresting officer's breath as he, um, defecated in the car.
"I told you I'm happy as s**t," he said.
TMZ says London's wife Sofia later told police that her husband is "an a**hole" when he drinks, and that he had no memory of the episode.
For his part, London claimed on Twitter Tuesday that the story's been completely twisted.
"Guys, the TMZ report is a total f***ing lie," he wrote. "I got jumped by three 250 pound bouncers. They knocked me out and beat me for several minutes."
"I would never say or do the crap they are reporting. Have faith in me. The truth will come out and you will see," he continued. "Some guy thought I was hitting on his girl and had me jumped. My wife was in the next room, had no idea what even happened. I hate Arizona. Wait till you see the real pictures. I have a right orbital fracture and sinus fracture. The truth will win."
Somehow, we have a feeling that Arizona's not a big fan of him either!