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CASE DISMISSED RE: Domestic Violence and Child Abuse Allegations

Domestic Violence and Child Abuse Allegations. Investigators and law enforcement have decided to dismiss all charges and allegations of Domestic Violence and Child Abuse that were falsely filed against Mr. McCrary.

LOS ANGELES - Aug. 10, 2018 - EntSun -- CASE DISMISSED  RE: Domestic Violence and Child Abuse Allegations. Investigators and law enforcement have decided to dismiss all charges and allegations of Domestic Violence and Child Abuse that were falsely filed against Mr. McCrary. Upon further review the district attorneys office have found Mr. McCrary innocent and both the city and the LAPD has cleared and dismissed, all charges filed against him.

Darius McCrary is best known for his role as Eddie Winslow on the long-running television series "Family Matters." He began his career in Hollywood at the age of ten. McCrary, who is also a songwriter and music producer, is the son of Grammy-nominated gospel/jazz musician Howard McCrary and older brother of actor Donovan McCrary.

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McCrary has also starred as a series regular on NBC's "Committed" as Bowie James and later as Jamal in UPN's "Eve." He also appeared on the small screen in the NBC/Paramount miniseries "Kingpin," on HBO's multi-award-winning "Don King: Only in America," starring Ving Rhames, and in the popular Neal Israel-directed "Kidz in the Woods."

On film, McCrary portrayed Malcolm Tremell in "The Maintenance Man," based on the novel by author Michael Baisden; he was Ray Collins in "Vampires: Los Muertos," the sequel to John Carpenter's original "Vampires"; Detective Tommy Cullen in "15 Minutes"; and Aaron Williams in "Mississippi Burning." Other film credits include "Hostage," "Something to Sing About," "Kingdom Come," "The Breaks," "Park Day" and "Big Shots."

Darius McCrary played autobot Jazz, First Lieutenant to Optimus Prime in 2007's 3rd of July blockbuster "Transformers." McCrary was also seen in the musical comedy "Steppin': The Movie," costarred Anthony Anderson, Mo'Nique and James Avery, on which he also served as co-producer; "A Good Man is Hard to Find" with Lance E. Nichols; and "Next Day Air" with Mos Def, Debbie Allen, Donald Faison, and Mike Epps.

Story by Paul Smith

The Streets Talk / 2018

Source: Rightway Management Sound Group
Filed Under: Actor, Entertainment, Media

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