Jeremy London's Family Doubts His Story of Kidnapping
Thu, 24 Jun 2010 09:53:58
People is reporting that Jeremy London's twin brother, Jason, believes his brother is back on drugs and made up this whole crazy kidnapping story. "We love Jeremy, we only have his best interests at heart. We feel he needs serious psychological help and drug treatment as soon as possible," Jason, 37, and also an actor, said. When your family doubts a story like this, you know some shit must be up.
Jason continued, "Jeremy's behavior right now is indicative of whenever he's back on drugs," brother Jason says. "The fact that he's lashing out against his own family and has shut us out is just one more sign of how sick he really is." Jeremy London insists his story is the truth; he is supported by his wife, Melissa. Cops have even arrested a man on kidnapping charges, indicating that there must be some belief on the authorities' part, or at least some suspicion of the man they apprehended and charged. The lawyer of the man who was charged says his client and London were partying and then London accused his client of kidnapping. London filmed a video statement for RadarOnline, saying that he was angry at his family for questioning the truth of his allegations. He has threatened his family with legal repercussions if they speak to the press. Well, speaking to People blows that embargo out the window!
Jason finished. "We would never do anything to hurt him. But Jeremy and Melissa's story of the kidnapping just doesn't add up. None of it makes any sense. Mainly, why didn't Melissa call the police if Jeremy went missing with these strange men until 2 AM?" For years we've been worried sick about getting a phone call telling us that Jeremy's been found dead. For months, Jeremy has cut off his whole family and he refuses to talk to us. We're desperate for anyone to get him help and that's why we're speaking out."
Drama, drama, drama. Do you believe London's story? Or is his family on the right track here?