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Former ‘Hannah Montana’ Actor Mitchell Musso, a Garland Native, Arrested in Rockwall

Mitchel Musso, 32, is most known for his performance as Oliver Oken. Hannah Montana, from the Disney Channel show “Hannah Montana,” was arrested on Saturday night in Rockwall, Texas.

Former ‘Hannah Montana’ Star Mitchell Musso Arrested in Rockwall for Theft and Public Drunkenness

Musso was detained at a motel in the 2600 block of Lakefront, according to the Rockwall Police Department. Also Trail was caught eating a bag of chips without paying for them. Musso became verbally hostile when the hotel clerk asked him to pay and departed the hotel without paying.

Musso was subsequently apprehended outside the hotel on suspicion of theft and public drunkenness. He was also discovered to have a number of outstanding traffic warrants.

Musso was freed from the Rockwall County Jail on a $1,000 bail on Sunday.

Musso is a Garland, Texas native who began his acting career at an early age. As he appeared in a number of Disney Channel episodes and films.

Musso is not the first time he has run into legal difficulty. Also he was detained for driving under the influence in 2011.

Star Mitchell Musso’s Arrest Sparks Conversation on Addiction and Mental Health

Musso’s arrest on Saturday night remains undetermined. Also his officials have not yet responded to the situation.

Musso’s arrest serves as a reminder that even superstars face addiction and mental health issues. It is critical to remember that everyone is hurting in their own manner, and also that we should provide people who are struggling support and compassion.

Although, If you or someone you know is suffering from an addiction. Please get assistance if you are experiencing mental health concerns. There are several resources accessible, and also you are not need to go through this alone.

Here are some resources that may be useful:

  • The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline may be reach at 1-800-273-8255.
  • 1-800-662-HELP (4357) Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
  • Text HOME to 741741 to reach the Crisis Text Line.

You are not alone yourself. There is assistance available.