Edward Furlong has not had the best year. After getting slapped with a restraining order by his ex-girlfriend, Furlong got arrested on Thursday on suspicion of violating his restraining order. The 'Terminator 2: Judgement Day' actor got arrested Thursday for possibly violating the order, but he was later released Sunday after making his $100,000 bail.
Furlong seems like he's having a lot of trouble with his ex-girlfriends and ex-wives. He has been subject to protection orders and restraining orders from his ex-wife, and another ex-girlfriend of him accused him of battery and assault. He also reportedly violated a restraining order once before, and was supposedly already sentenced to jail for a bit.
Furlong's life and career seems to have gone all downhill since his once promising turn in Terminator 2: Judgement Day in 1991. Furlong broke out with his role as a young John Connor in the blockbuster sequel, but even though he's been working steadily since then, he hasn't any role that has been as high-profile as T2.
There's no word yet on his court date or hearing for this latest charge, but Furlong's scheduled to go into pre-production on four different films and he's also currently filming one.