Nadji Jeter (pictured), who appeared in the film “Grown Ups” and in its sequel, “Grown Ups 2” was allegedly arrested on Saturday night for driving under the influence of weed, according to TMZ.
A Burbank police report states that the 18-year-old was driving erratically, weaving in and out of traffic when he was spotted by officers. When Jeter was pulled over by police and they approached his vehicle, the officers reported having seen three female passengers accompanying the actor. Police also claim there was a faint odor of marijuana wafting around the vehicle. Police believe that Jeter had actually been toking on marijuana while maneuvering his car.
Burbank Police Sgt. Scott Meadows told the New York Daily News that Jeter, who was the face of Coca-Cola in their ad campaign back 2011, took a chemical drug test after he was cuffed; results are still pending.
Even though there is no hard-core proof yet that Jeter was driving while under the influence of a drug, police reportedly still cited him for the detracted driving offense and hauled him off to jail where he spent the night.
Jeter was released the following day.
Jeter, who has been involved in singer Usher’s New Look Foundation, and only two years ago received the Global Youth Leadership Award for his work with the organization, will be arraigned at a later date.