There has not been a legal article that has been written about the recent case surrounding Rip Torn that has not caught the attention of its readers. This is one of those legal articles that many were waiting to follow up on. When people first got wind of the first legal article that has first started this tirade if public interest, they could not wait to see the legal article that would appear next. Legal articles such as these do not come around every day, but when legal articles such as these do surface, you better believe that these type of legal articles are the ones that will have everyone talking. When there are legal articles that are released about celebrities and their legal troubles, it is bound to be a topic of interest. These type of legal articles are often found to be most popular because it is not every day that there we witness huge entertainers get into a high extent of legal trouble of this stature. Well, that seems to be the basis of the legal article that has most recently featured Rip Torn. Rip Torn is an Emmy-award winning actor with a long history in the entertainment business as an actor. Some of the television shows and films that he is most noted for his work, is his appearance on the show, ‘The Larry Sanders Show,’ ‘Easy Rider,’ ‘The Man Who Fell to Earth,’ and ‘Men in Black II.’ Rip Torn has been featured in a legal article or two in his past, but many were surprised to find him in one of those legal articles that contain such astonishing charges.
1. The initial legal articles had stated that Rip Torn had been taken into police custody due to the allegations that he was named as the suspect in a bank break in. The legal articles stated that Torn was said to have been carrying a loaded firearm at the time that he had committed the Salisbury, Connecticut bank break in. The legal articles said that he was found and arrested in the Litchfield Bancorp location. The legal articles stated that the 78 year old actor was being held on a $100,000 bond. Torn has been reported to have had other run ins with the law by way of drunk driving violations, one of which he is currently on probation for, but nothing that exactly resembles the new alleged charges.
2. The following legal article alleges that the attorneys for Rip Torn state that he was drunk at the time of the break in, and that Torn had actually thought that the Connecticut bank was his home. The next legal article had stated that Torn was to report to court for the case as soon as this month. Nevertheless, the latest legal article states that Torn’s court appearance has been rescheduled due to scheduling conflicts. The legal article goes on to say that his court appearance has been rescheduled to be next month on the date of March 9th.