The Boys star Antony Starr was reported to be arrested in Spain this week.
Starr was convicted of a crime of injuring in Alicante, Spain, following an altercation that happened outside a bar. A 21-year-old chef was allegedly attacked twice by the actor and had a glass shattered into his face when he tried to get Starr out of the bar during another confrontation. The police were called after the incident. The victim got four stitches above his right eye at the hospital.
Starr was sentenced to a 12-month suspended jail term after that. The actor, however, may escape jail time provided the actor paid the victim £4,000 (approximately $7,855) within three days and didn’t commit another crime over the following two years. The judges determined xanax online services that Starr’s drunken condition could be considered as an “extenuating factor” in the case.
As previously reported, Starr was in Spain shooting for Guy Ritchie’s new project, along with Jake Gyllenhaal. Starr gained fame as Homelander, a superhero in Amazon Prime Video’s original series The Boys, which is presently in its third season and expected to launch later this year.