Edward Furlong Arrested: 'Terminator 2' Star Charged With Violating Restraining Order

Michael Söze

Terminator 2 star Edward Furlong has been arrested yet again for allegedly breaking a restraining order.

Just two months after Furlong was imprisoned for violating a protective order obtained by his estranged wife Rachael Bella (Kneeland), the 35-year-old actor was detained again this week, after he and an ex girlfriend allegedly got into a heated verbal exchange.

According to TMZ, police arrived at the West Hollywood home of Monica Keena on Thursday evening after she called and alerted them that Edward was on her property.

Authorities reportedly found Furlong hiding under a nearby stairwell.

Police reports say the actor, who has already been arrested two other times in 2013 for beating up his ex, was taken into custody and is currently being held on $100,000 bail.

He is due to stand trial in June on a charge of domestic battery, stemming from a previous incident.

Best known for his roles as John Connor in Terminator 2: Judgment Day and Daniel Vinyard in American History X, Furlong has long battled alcoholism and drug addiction, which he admits derailed his career.

During an interview withPeople magazine in 2006 Furlong said that from ages 22 to 26 he was "on and off" hard drugs, adding that, "I was a heroin and cocaine addict. It was really scary."

In the same interview, he said, "I don't even think about [partying] anymore. It seems lonely now: running and clubbing and doing coke. I have nightmares about doing hard drugs. I'll wake up and I'm like, 'Did I relapse?'"

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Despite his troubled personal life, Furlong has still been able to land a handful of acting gigs.

In 2013 he had roles in Uwe Boll's Assault on Wall Street and Aidan Belizaire's The Zombie King.

He is also slated to appear several more films including Awakened, Bind and in the made for TV movie Star Trek: Renegades

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