Busted! Farrah Fawcett’s Son Goes On Rampage!

Farrah Fawcett's son, Redmond O'Neal was arrested in February and then later he was released 10 weeks later. But, he hasn't learned from his previous mistakes. He got released for a day and then again got arrested. What has he done to get arrested again? Find out.

Troubled Son of Farrah Fawcett!

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He has been in constant trouble. He was involved in various illegal activities – much known for his robbery crime. He was caught robbing some items at a Los Angeles store. When the store manager caught him, he threatened him with a knife.

Busted!

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After being caught robbing, he was arrested by the Los Angeles Police Department. As per the sources, he had walked into the store with a knife and demanded the clerk to take out money.

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Not a new trouble!

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This isn’t the first time that he was involved in such crimes. After he was arrested on February 13, 2018, he had spent two and half months in jail. He was released and again got arrested. Has he got involved in a similar crime?

He has assaulted an unidentified man!

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After he was released for his robbery crime, he went on to add another bad patch to his already bad reputation. It was reported that he allegedly attacked an unidentified man on April 20, 2018.

He refused to plead guilty!

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He appeared in court on July 27, 2018. He has accepted his crime and is also ready to face another punishment. He refused to plead guilty to the charge.

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He’s facing 12 various charges!

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He is facing 12 felony and misdemeanor charges. Along with a knife by which he threatened the clerk – there were other illegal items recovered from him. The smoking device, injection device, meth, and heroin were recovered from him.

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He had blamed his parents for his condition!

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He has blamed his parents for his current condition. Back in 2011, his father had said that he hasn’t recovered after he lost his mother. “Never recovered from the loss of his mother,” speaking to Fawcett’s 2009 death.

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