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Orlando Brown

Orlando Brown, former Disney star of the hit teen sitcom “That’s So Raven,” was scheduled to appear in a Los Angeles court last Friday in connection with a 2011 DUI case but failed to show up. Now a judge has issued the third bench warrant for his arrest in connection with the charge, reports

When the 24-year-old was cuffed in August 2011, he struck a plea deal to avoid a lengthy jail sentence. As part of the agreement he had to complete an alcohol education program.  Brown failed to show a judge proof last July that he ever enrolled in the court mandated program, so a bench warrant was issued for his arrest.

A second arrest warrant was issued after Brown did not pay the $1,908 in fines and court fees that the judge imposed.

Brown was due back in court last Friday where he had to, again, show proof that he did not dodge the required alcohol education class, but he didn’t bother to show.  Now the court is no longer standing for Brown’s no-shows, and the third bench warrant was generated on October 23 — this time for $26,000.

Get with the program Brown and grow up!


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