Orlando Brown Loses Movie Role Due to Domestic Violence Charges in Ohio

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Orlando Brown loses his movie role due to his recent domestic violence arrest for attacking the person who actually got him the role!

The former Disney star was arrested Thursday December 22, 2022, for misdemeanor domestic violence after Ohio police in Lima responded to a call about a fight in progress between two men.

Orlando Brown has pleaded not guilty to the misdemeanor assault charges. According to Allen County Sheriff’s Office records, the 35-year-old Brown was taken into custody Thursday morning and held on a $25,000 bond. He was arraigned Friday in Lima Municipal Court and charged with aggravated menacing, the Los Angeles Times reported.

Matthew Sanders, the alleged victim, told TMZ he’s directing and producing a movie called “Up the Score” and wanted Orlando to be part of it, because he believes in his talent, and he is his friend.

Matthew says Orlando had been living at his home in Lima, Ohio since November of this year while doing preproduction for the movie. There were no major issues between the friends until Thursday’s incident.

Matthew told police Orlando attacked him with a broken-off knife blade and a hammer! He believes Brown is struggling with mental illness and thinks he is at times out of touch with reality, and he’s saddened he wasn’t able to help Orlando make a movie comeback.

Orlando Brown loses movie role

Orlando was supposed to have a secondary role in the movie, which is a dramedy about a military man who meets someone on social media and leaves his family for this person only to find out they are not who they said they were, something like MTV’s “Catfish”.

Matthew says Orlando is no longer allowed to live at his home at this point in time and is currently removed from the film.

Matthew hopes Orlando seeks mental health help and only then would he consider bringing him back on. With filming for the project beginning in January, it’s likely Orlando will not be involved.


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