Miles Teller arrested for allegedly being drunk in public

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According to the outlet, the 30-year-old actor seemed visibly intoxicated, almost falling into the street and having difficulty standing in one place. The cop asked Teller questions and the situation quickly escalated.

"Upon contact the officer noticed that Teller was 'swaying side to side, had slurred speech and bloodshot eyes.' At one point, Teller lost his balance and nearly fell into the street where there was traffic", the spokesperson mentioned.

Cops brought Teller to a detox center in an attempt to sober him up against his will, and upon arrival was rejected by staff due to his unwillingness to follow directions. Police later confirmed Teller was not to blame for the crash, insisting the other driver cut him off.

The police officer offered to take Teller to a detox centre to sleep off the booze, but he allegedly refused.

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Miles Teller was arrested early Sunday morning after a late night of partying caused him to be drunk and disorderly in front of cops.

NBC 7 has reached out to Teller's manager for comment.

It was then that the police officers made a decision to arrest the actor, and he was placed in jail for four hours and was later released without bail.

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