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‘Stranger Things’ actor sorry for missing premiere
    2017-November-2  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

“STRANGER Things” actor Charlie Heaton has said sorry to fans for missing the show’s Hollywood premiere happening this weekend.

The British star, who plays Jonathan Byers in the Netflix series, was denied entry to the United States after arriving at Los Angeles International Airport.

Media reports claimed the 23-year-old was stopped after traces of cocaine were found in his luggage.

But he says he “was not arrested or charged with a crime” last Saturday.

“My planned travel to the United States last week was affected by an issue at U.S. immigration, and I am working to rectify it as soon as possible,” he said in a statement released to several U.S. outlets.

“I do want to clarify that I was not arrested or charged with a crime, and cooperated fully with the U.S. officials at LAX (Los Angeles International Airport).

“I’m sorry to all the fans and my ‘Stranger Things’ family for missing the premiere.

“We are all so proud of this season and I would never want this story to negatively impact the show.”

The Hollywood Reporter claimed law enforcement officials said they’d found traces of cocaine on the actor and that he’d admitted the consumption of drugs to them.

According to their report, Jaime Ruiz, branch chief of strategic media engagement for U.S. Customs and Border Protection, said: “Foreign nationals may be inadmissible due to the commission of a crime involving drug possession.”

Charlie, who’s from Bridlington, toured with rock band Comanechi for a year and made his TV debut as Gary McCready in “DCI Banks.”

He’s due to appear in the “New Mutants” film. (SD-Agencies)

 

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