Does anyone remember the series, “Buffy the Vampire Slayer”? It was the hit television show that ran from 1991 to 2003, detailing the life of an awkward teen cursed or perhaps blessed with fighting powers to seek out and kill some pretty alarming characters.
Sarah Michelle Gellar starred in the show as Buffy, while her friends played background to the dangerous mysteries they experienced on each episode. One character on the show was played by Nicholas Brendon. He would later go on to play the love interest of Penelope on the FBI crime show, “Criminal Minds”.
These days, Brendon isn’t making headlines for his acting chops. He was booked Friday in Florida for what some would consider extreme disorderly conduct. However, the actual charges were criminal mischief and property damage to a hotel room after attending a comic book convention.
The damage in the room was unimaginable when officials arrived at the scene and found Brendon in what seemed to be a frenzied, disillusioned state. Furniture had been uprooted and a phone wrenched from the wall. There were also drugs found within the room that were linked to Brendon. This isn’t the first go-round of abnormal behavior involving Brendon. In October of last year and February of this year, he was also arrested for similar charges.