John Stamos, arrested for DUI, was released into the care of the hospital after he was pulled over Friday night in Beverly Hills, according to West Side Today.
Beverly Hills Police Department Lt. Lincoln Hoshino said that Stamos, who is best known for his role as Uncle Jessie on Full House, was reportedly stopped in his vehicle near the intersection of Beverly Drive and Santa Monica Boulevard at approximately 7:45 p.m after the police received "numerous calls reporting a possible DUI driver," Access Hollywood reports. He then identified himself as actor John Stamos, and because the police suspected he was suffering from some sort of medical condition, they took him to the hospital.
After arriving at the hospital, it was determined that John was under the influence. Cue Michelle Tanner, "You're in big trouble mister!" Stamos was then placed under arrest, issued a citation, and released into the care of the hospital, according to a previous report by the Inquisitr.
Hoshino said that Stamos is due to appear in at the LAX courthouse on September 11.
On Saturday, Stamos took to Twitter to thank his fans, friends, and family members for their support during the ordeal.
"Thanks to everyone for their love & support," Stamos tweeted. "I'm home & well. Very appreciative of the BHPD & Cedars for their care."
Thanks to everyone for their love & support. I'm home & well. Very appreciative of the BHPD & Cedars for their care.
— John Stamos (@JohnStamos) June 13, 2015
Lately, Stamos has been making news headlines for announcing the 13-episode Netflix reboot of Full House, titled Fuller House.
"It's a labor of love," he told Jimmy Kimmel in April. "And we've finally got it perfect."
"Just so you reporters know — this is not a money gig for any of us — quite the opposite," Stamos wrote on Facebook. "We want to give the fans what they deserve for supporting us for so many years—we all just want to have fun... do it in a classy way on Netflix and have a good time."
Along with Fuller House, Stamos is scheduled to star in a new Fox comedy titled Grandfathered, which is set to premiere this fall.
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