Miles Teller Blames Club After Public Drunkenness Arrest That He Claims Didn’t Happen

Actor denies being arrested, no matter what the San Diego Police Department says

Miles Teller has apparently cracked the case on the reason for his arrest that he claims never happened.

“Fantastic Four” star Teller took to Twitter on Monday, hours after news broke that he was arrested on a drunk in public charge in San Diego over the weekend, to point his finger and place some blame.

“I blame Shore Club,” Teller wrote.

The actor was apparently referring to PB Shore Club, which Teller was seen partying at with his friends on Saturday night, according to TMZ.

According to a spokesman for the San Diego Police Department, an officer made contact with Teller and other males at 12:26 a.m. on Sunday, and noticed that the actor showed signs of being under the influence of alcohol, slurring his speech and swaying from side to side.

Teller was detained for further evaluation, during which time he lost his balance and nearly fell into the street, police said.

Teller was transported to a detox facility, where he had the opportunity to dry out for four hours. However, according to police, the actor refused to follow directions and the staff rejected him from the facility, leading to his drunk in public arrest.

The actor took to Twitter on Monday to deny reports that he was arrested on a drunk in public charge in San Diego early Sunday, stating that he was merely detained.

“Went down to SD to see my buddy before he deployed. I wasn’t arrested I was detained bc there was no evidence to charge me with a crime,” Teller tweeted.

“Don’t believe everything you read, especially from a third party entertainment news source trying to get clicks,” the actor added. “Appreciate the concern.”

However, after Teller’s denial, the police department re-affirmed to TheWrap that the actor had, in fact, been arrested.

“Miles Teller was arrested and booked for drunk in public into San Diego Central Jail,” a police spokesman told TheWrap.

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