Jason London’s allegedly wild antics, including defecating in a police car, beating up bouncers and using a gay slur to describe an officer, have been well-documented in the police report filed by Arizona authorities and obtained by IBTimes.

London, the 40-year-old identical twin brother of fellow actor Jeremy London, was arrested Tuesday on assault and disorderly conduct charges stemming from a fight with bouncers at the Martini Ranch in Scottsdale, Ariz. The actor vehemently denied the charges on his Twitter account.

London’s legal trouble started when he allegedly “sneezed all over” a bouncer and refused to apologize, according to the police report, which you can view in full below. Instead, the “Dazed and Confused” actor allegedly “cold cocked [the bouncer] in the left side of his face using his right closed fist.”

Bouncers then kicked London out of the establishment, and the actor became increasingly belligerent. One bouncer suffered slight red bruising and mild swelling to the right side of his face, according to the police report.

In another officer’s version of events documented in the police report, the officer observed London had a swollen right eye and “contusions around his right eye area."

Members of the Scottsdale Fire Department were tending to London when the actor “became belligerent and started cursing at the paramedics,” according to the police report.

“He also told them that they were not doing their jobs correctly and refused to cooperate throughout his evaluation. At one point during his evaluation, London stood up and pushed through two of the firefighters/paramedics,” the report went on to say.

London then started acting aggressively toward the cops, and one officer “was forced to deliver a knee strike to the outer part of London’s right thigh and seat him on the ground,” according to the report.

An officer attempted to get London’s version of events, but the actor refused to cooperate with the police.

“I asked him if he wanted to tell me what happened, and he said, ‘F--k you! You won't do s--t for me; you f--king hillbilly!" I explained to him that I was trying to get his side of the story and that I had no idea of what occurred,” the officer wrote in the report. “He continued his ranting about the medical treatment that I had given him and that I did not help him. I explained to him that I was not a medic and that I was a police officer. He said, ‘I know what you f--king are! F--k you; I want to go home!" I did not ask any further questions of London.”

The officer said London “showed obvious signs and symptoms of extreme alcohol impairment,” including bloodshot and watery eyes, slurred speech and breath that “reeked of alcohol.”

London was then placed into a police car and taken to a Scottsdale jail when he took his alleged antics to new heights.

“During the short trip to District 2 Jail; London asked me if I had a good lawyer and if I was proud to be a cop. I did not reply to his questions. He then said, ‘Guess what, f--ker? I f--king love this! I f--king own you guys so hard. I'm rich and I'm a motherf--king famous actor! F--king look me up, b---h!’ He then said, ‘It smells like s--t in your car and your breath smells like diarrhea.’ I looked back at him just in time for him to lean to the left and defecate in his pants,” according to the report. “Then he said, ‘I told you that I'm happy as s--t!" Once at the Jail facility, London continued with his antics toward Jail staff and continued his ranting, raving and cursing at them and me.”

When London was being read his Miranda rights, the actor allegedly flipped two middle fingers at the officer and stuck out his tongue. When the officer told London he needed “an actual answer” as to whether the actor understood his rights, the “Dazed and Confused” star replied, "I'm a f--king movie star; I know what the f--k to do!"

Later that night, an officer spoke to London’s wife, Sophia London, to inform her about the incident.

London’s wife said he never got into the kind of trouble alleged in the Scottsdale incidents but conceded that the actor can get combative when he drinks.

“I know he’s an a--hole when he drinks,” she told the officer, adding that her husband told her he does not remember the incidents. 

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