Rowling has faced criticism for her remarks on trans women. (Photo: Dia Dipasupil/Getty Images)

Jonathan Rhys Meyers was arrested for DUI in a long battle with alcohol

Jonathan Rhys Meyers was arrested for driving under the influence of the driver.

The 43-year-old Irish actor had a minor car accident in Malibu, California around 5 p.m. on Sunday, Yahoo Entertainment has confirmed. Local officials conducted a field sobriety test, which he failed, and the actor was arrested for DUI offense.

Since then, he has been released from prison, says a spokesman for the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department.

Spend time in rehabwho started more than 13 years ago and visited three facilities once a year. In 2009 he was during a drunk incident at Charles de Gaulle airport in Paris. The following year he was Banned by United Airlines for life after getting intoxicated at John F. Kennedy Airport in New York. In 2018 he was arrested again for one at Los Angeles International Airport in the middle of the flight “verbal argument” with his wife, Mara Lane, when they were traveling home from him for holistic treatment for anger issues. “data-reactid =” 23 “> Rhys Meyers – known for roles in The Tudors, Mission: Impossible III, Match Point and the title role Elvis from 2005 – has struggled with alcohol for a long time and was open to it He was arrested during a drunk incident at Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris in 2009 during a drunken incident at Paris Gaulle Airport and the following year he was banned from United Airlines for life after having spent rehab starting more than 13 years ago and visiting three facilities once a year he was “warily” drunk at John F. Kennedy Airport in NYC. In 2018 he was arrested again for a flight at Los Angeles International Airport for a “verbal argument” with his wife Mara Lane as they traveled home from him and received holistic treatment for anger problems.

Jonathan Rhys Meyers’ personal struggles continue. (Photo: REUTERS / Eric Gaillard)


Lane, also an actor, thanked fans for their “compassion for this ongoing battle against the addiction we are in” at the time of the 2018 incident. This time, she fills her timeline with positive stories about her husband, whom she saw in 2016 got married “because so many of our lowlights seem to find their way on the Internet” – and even about her 3-year-old son Wolf not only finds negative stories about his father when he Googles him one day.

Lane shared a video with Rhys Meyers saying he did it twice a week at Malibu Pacific Church and wrote about the importance of breathing “through the good and bad”.

In another post she asked for “good news” – and shared that Wolf learned to swim in the summer, along with a video of the star swimming with his son.

“Thank goodness for the happy times,” wrote Lane, adding, “Are there any recent milestones for you? Wolf and I would like to hear the good news, please. “

And along with another photo of Rhys Meyers in the pool with his son, she wrote: “More happy highlights. I feel like so many of our lowlights seem to be making their way around the internet, fair to share some happy moments. When wolf is older, he can seek / find / see / remember the lucky ones. “

At the end she wrote: “Every day is a gift. Tomorrow another day. Count your many blessings, hold yourself accountable and grow, heal, recover in a way that works for you, thank God, angels, loved ones and move on. “

He continued, “That doesn’t mean the problem isn’t any less, it just means that I have a different version of it. But when I drink the consequences are so devastating that it is a problem. But I never need a drink. I do not long for it. “

Explaining that problems at the airport can be a challenge for him, he said, “People who go through this look for things in their lives that trigger them. And airports are a trigger for me because you sit there for three hours, can’t smoke, and you’re surrounded by alcohol. However, that’s not an excuse … There is never an excuse for me to drink. But sometimes there are triggers that make you more vulnerable. “

That same year, he spoke about the LAX incident, admitting that it broke eight months of sobriety.

“My wife and I had been traveling back to Los Angeles from Peru since 3:00 am. And they gave away our tickets – it was just a problem with the airline, ”he said. “We had our baby teething at the time and it was all kind of frustrating. We finally got on the flight and my wife went to sleep and I very stupidly decided to order a drink. “

When Lane woke up she was “very, very angry with me for not drinking”. He said he learned [a] Lesson ”from the incident and“ As soon as I got off the plane, I spoke to someone and immediately got back on track. “