Josh Brolin rang in 2013 pretty hard ... getting popped for public intoxication on New Year's Day ... TMZ has learned.
Law enforcement sources tell TMZ ... Brolin was arrested just before midnight on January 1 in Santa Monica. Brolin was booked into jail at 3:02 AM and then released at 7:14 AM.
Brolin was not given a citation for the arrest -- meaning he will not have to go to court over the incident and it is completely over.
Sources close to Brolin tell TMZ he was hanging out with a bunch of his guy friends that night and ended up having "too much fun."
I'm surprised he and Diane Lane have stayed together this long.
He didn't mean it, the tabloids are blowing things out of proportion.
R1, if every marriage dissolved from drinking or intoxication in public, millions more marriages would dissolve than currently do.
You're getting drinking in public or intoxication in public mixed up with fighting in one's home with one's spouse.
The Drunk Tank!!
He deserves our sympathy. He's done pretty well for himself considering he hasn't had many advantages in this world.
I've told Diane many times that if she were a better wife then Josh wouldn't feel the need to drink and hit her. I put the blame solely on her.
Diane needs to leave this loser!
What does Barbra have to say in all this? That's all that really matters.
"Seth Rogan is my true son. Josh is dead to me."
Diane will never leave him. She can't give up the sizemeat.
The guy's a pathetic LOSER!!!
Just another close case.
According to a commercial during the football game, Josh is scheduled to be on David Letterman this week. Will Dave ask something like, "So, been arrested lately?"
So, he was arrested just before midnight, but he didn't actually get to jail until after 3AM? something's fishy with that.
"Oh my God. I'm back. I'm home. All the time, it was... We finally really did it ... You Maniacs! You blew it up! Ah, damn you! God damn you all to hell!"
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