Bryshere Gray, who played Hakeem on the Fox show Empire, was captured close to Phoenix today after his better half told police he ambushed her for a considerable length of time and stifled her oblivious at their home Sunday night.
Nearby police said the on-screen character was captured early Monday outside his home in rural Goodyear, AZ. Officials said Gray at first would not come out of the house, so a SWAT group and emergency dealings were brought in to help.
He was arrested without episode a brief time after 7 a.m, and was set up for the Maricopa County Jail on abusive behavior at home charges.
Goodyear Police said they reacted to a 911 call made at about 10:15 p.m. Sunday. The guest said a grown-up female supposedly disclosed to him that she had been attacked by her better half at their home. She named Gray as the suspect and recognized herself as his significant other.
In a public statement, police said the lady had waved to an observer at a neighborhood service station and told the driver that she had been ambushed for a few hours. Police said she obviously was harmed and disclosed to them her better half had gagged her to where she lost awareness. The lady was treated for non-hazardous wounds at a nearby medical clinic and later discharged.
Dim showed up in each of the 102 scenes of Empire, which wrapped its six-year run on Fox in April. He co-featured as Hakeem Lyon, a popularity fixated rising rapper and most youthful child of Lucious and Cookie Lyon (Terrence Howard and Taraji P. Henson). He earned selections for BET, Image and Teen Choice honors for the job.
His credits likewise incorporate the outside the box highlights Sprinter, Canal Street and Honey: Rise Up and Dance.