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''Party of Five'' Star Kidnapped, Forced to ''Smoke Dope''

Actor Jeremy London -- who starred in TV's 'Party of Five' and the iconic stoner classic 'Dazed and Confused' -- found himself in a terrifying situation this month when he was kidnapped by two men and forced to smoke drugs, according to a RadarOnline report. The details of the incident are quite unbelievable, and two men have been charged so far. According to the Radar report, the 37-year-old London was changing a flat tire in Palm Springs, California, on June 10 when two men pulled over, initially claiming they wanted to help him. Things then took a quick turn, and London found himself being forcibly kidnapped by the two men. The men then drove London in his own car, holding him at gunpoint the entire time. Five hours later, London somehow escaped, but according to what he told the police, the kidnapping was just the beginning of his scary and wild night. "He told officers [during the kidnapping] that he was forced to smoke dope and then purchase booze and hand it out in a gang area of Palm Springs," Sergeant Steve Douglas of the Palm Springs Police Department told Two men, whose identities haven't been revealed, have been arrested and charged over the incident -- and it was all by chance. A police officer had driven by the two men while they were helping London change his tire, and was later able to identify them. The drug portion of this story is doubly serious for London, who has battled drug addiction in the past. In September of 2009, he checked into rehab to fight his prescription pill addiction.

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