‘Man with the Golden Voice’ Ted Williams questioned by LAPD, but not arrested

By on Jan 12, 2011 in United States Comments

Updated January 14, 2011 3:49 a.m.

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Ted Williams, who was dubbed as the man with the golden voice was reportedly questioned by Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) after an alleged yelling disagreement with his daughter on Monday night.

According to Hollywood Reporter on Tuesday, Ted Williams, who rose to fame instantly after he was spotted by a Dispatcher videographer and recently made his first commercial through the Kraft Mac & Cheese Ad, was questioned by LAPD after he was allegedly involved into a heated argument with his daughter.

LAPD responded to a disturbance call at the Renaissance Hotel at about 9 p.m. (Monday) night,” police spokesman Bruce Borihanh apparently told The Hollywood Reporter. “An investigation was conducted and two individuals were transferred to the Hollywood station.

“No one was arrested or booked for any crime in relation to this incident. After a short investigation, police determined no crime was committed by either party… Nobody wanted to press charges.” The spokesman was quoted as saying.



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