‘Trailer Park Boys’ ‘Bubbles’ Actor Michael Smith Off the Hook in Domestic Battery Case

Case dropped because of insufficient evidence, city attorney’s office says

“Trailer Park Boys” star Michael Smith is starting his weekend off on a positive note.

Smith, known for playing Bubbles on the mockumentary series, is off the hook in a domestic battery case against him, a spokesman for the Los Angeles City Attorney told TheWrap on Friday.

The case was dropped due to insufficient evidence, the city attorney spokesman said.

Police responding to a domestic battery call came to the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel around 1:15 a.m. on April 1, Officer Mike Lopez told the Los Angeles Times. They arrested Smith and booked him on suspicion of domestic battery, a misdemeanor.

Smith (pictured above center) denied the allegations the following day, and Georgia Ling, the woman involved in the alleged incident, said in a statement that she and the “Trailer Park Boys” actor did “indeed have a heavy argument, but it saddens me the way things are being reported and the way it was handled by the police.”

Smith added, “At no point did I feel I was in danger, otherwise I would’ve called the police myself, which I did not.”

For his part, Smith said in his statement, “Georgia is a friend of mine and we had a loud and heated dispute. That is all. At no time did I assault her. I am not guilty of the misdemeanor charged against me.”