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WEST HOLLYWOOD, CALIF. (AP) - Actor Edward Furlong remains jailed after being arrested Sunday on suspicion of domestic violence and for an outstanding felony warrant.
The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department says Furlong was arrested in West Hollywood on suspicion of domestic violence battery.
It is one of several cases the "Terminator 2" star is facing, including a felony domestic violence case in Beverly Hills and a contempt-of-court case in Los Angeles.
A probation violation hearing in the contempt case is scheduled for Feb. 15.
Furlong's attorney, Brian Michaels, says he is still gathering information about the actor's recent arrest.
The 35-year-old actor remains jailed on $50,000 bail. He has also been involved in a custody dispute with his ex-wife.
Authorities did not identify who Furlong is accused of hurting during Sunday's incident.
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