Film Actress In Trouble With The Law Again After Being Arrested For Disorderly Conduct: Report

Film Actress In Trouble With The Law Again After Being Arrested For Disorderly Conduct: Report

Disney voice star Irene Bedard is reportedly in trouble with the law again after being arrested in Xenia, Ohio, for disorderly conduct on August 19.

The 55-year-old actress, known for her work in such movies as “Pocahontas” and “Ralph Breaks the Internet,” reportedly got into an argument with another woman before Bedard “walked out into the street screaming, without any regard for traffic,” according to a police report obtained by People magazine.

In the report from the Xenia Police Division, “as [Bedard] spoke, there was a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage on her breath.”

“When asked if she drank anything today, she said that she didn’t,” E! News noted about the report it obtained. “But, she did say that she drank a whole bottle of vodka yesterday.”

The officer wrote that they “attempted to try to get her to give” them a “name of someone who could come and care for her,” but she refused. The report also said police “offered to take her to the hospital,” but the star said “the hospital wouldn’t help her.”

The “Smoke Signals” star reportedly told police that her pal, Sheila Johnson, was trying to help Bedard into her “studio,” though she couldn’t locate her keys.

Disney’s Pocahontas Star Irene Bedard Arrested for Disorderly Conduct

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The report also stated that the actress was calm at points, though her “emotions changed rapidly” and she would become upset — even crying — while talking to the police.

It also read that, at one point, Johnson tried to give the name of someone they could call for Bedard, but the latter “yelled that she didn’t want that person called and ran away from us screaming.”

The report from the officer explained that Irene got angry at them “about a previous incident where she said the police didn’t help her.” It also claimed the star “backed into a large glass window as she continued” to yell at authorities. Police said Bedard was then placed under arrest after it was determined that there was no one else to call on Irene’s behalf, E! News noted.

“While escorting Irene to my cruiser, she became dead weight and had to be held up,” the officer added, E! News noted. “Due to Irene’s uncooperativeness, I transported her directly to the Greene County Jail.”

Bedard was previously arrested twice in 2020 over a three-day period, TMZ reported. The first time, she was reportedly booked on several charges, including assault and domestic violence, before she was out on bond. The second time, she was reportedly booked for disorderly conduct before she was released again.

Her arraignment has been set for August 29.

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