• Garrett Hedlund was arrested for public intoxication while in Franklin County, Tennessee, Saturday evening
  • The "Triple Frontier" star was released from the Franklin County jail on a $2,100 bond
  • Hedlund is also facing a personal injury lawsuit from two women over a head-on car crash in 2020

Garrett Hedlund was arrested over the weekend, following his split from Emma Roberts and a negligence lawsuit filed against him over a 2020 head-on collision.

The "Tron: Legacy" star was arrested for public intoxication while in Franklin County, Tennessee, Saturday evening, TMZ reported.

Hedlund's bond for the misdemeanor arrest was set at $2,100, according to the outlet.

The 37-year-old actor has since been released on bail, with the Franklin County Sheriff's Office confirming to People that he was "no longer here." His representative could not be reached for comment, the outlet noted.

Hedlund's arrest came shortly after his split from Roberts made headlines. The pair, who shares 1-year-old son Rhodes Robert, reportedly called it quits a few weeks ago after hitting a rocky patch in their relationship.

"It's sad, and they are trying their best to co-parent. It's been hard," an unnamed source told People of Roberts and Hedlund, who began dating in March 2019 and welcomed Rhodes in December 2020.

In addition, Hedlund is facing a personal injury lawsuit from a woman and her daughter over a head-on car crash two years ago.

According to the lawsuit filed Friday and obtained by E! News, Marina Venegas and her daughter Jennifer Castillo are suing Hedlund for negligence, alleging that he caused a head-on collision in Los Angeles on Jan. 24, 2020, that left them and two minor children with "severe and permanent injuries."

The lawsuit said the actor "passed out behind the wheel of his vehicle and ran a solid red-light at a high rate of speed." His car then allegedly collided with a Nissan Sentra containing Venegas, Castillo and two minor children.

The mother and daughter are seeking punitive damages after Hedlund allegedly chose to drive down a busy street on a busy Friday night after "drinking to the point of severe intoxication" and despite "knowing he was unfit to drive."

Venegas and Castillo also alleged that the actor attempted to flee the scene without trying to help them but failed because "he was so intoxicated he could not get away."

Hedlund was arrested on the day of the incident and was released on bail, People reported. He was arraigned in February that year, where a judge ordered that he seek counseling, according to court records obtained by E! News.

Hedlund pleaded no contest to one count of DUI and was found guilty, while a second DUI charge was dismissed.

Hedlund's representative and lawyer have not commented on the new lawsuit.

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MADRID, SPAIN - MARCH 06: Actor Garrett Hedlund attends the Triple Frontier (Triple Frontera) premiere at Callao Cinema on March 06, 2019 in Madrid, Spain. Pablo Cuadra/WireImage