Renowned for his role in “Fear the Walking Dead,” Sam Underwood found himself in LAPD custody following allegations of a physical altercation with a woman.
The incident unfolded on October 7, around 2:30 AM, when the Los Angeles Police Department responded to a 911 call reporting a disturbance at an apartment in the Los Angeles area. Upon their arrival, officers were informed that a heated argument between Sam and a woman had escalated into a physical altercation.
Law enforcement officers noticed visible marks on the woman’s body, prompting them to arrest Sam Underwood on charges of felony domestic battery. He was subsequently taken to jail, where he underwent booking procedures before being released, having spent nearly 10 hours in custody.
The nature of Sam’s relationship with the alleged victim remains unclear. Authorities have confirmed that Sam’s case will be forwarded to the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office, where it will undergo evaluation for potential criminal charges.
Notably, the woman involved in the altercation did not require medical attention, as stated by the police.
In a significant development, a source familiar with the case has informed TMZ that Sam Underwood has gathered a substantial body of evidence to refute the accusations made against him. This evidence includes photographs, video recordings, and audio recordings, all of which contradict the claims of the individual who made the allegations. Sam’s attorney reportedly plans to submit this evidence to the police early in the upcoming week.
As the case unfolds, it remains a matter of legal scrutiny, with the evidence presented by Sam’s attorney poised to play a crucial role in determining the course of action. The incident has not only captured public attention but has also thrust Sam Underwood into a challenging and potentially life-altering situation, further underscoring the importance of due process and a fair legal system.