Anthony Michael Hall Apologized Over Berserk on People in Pool
Anthony Michael Hall apologized over berserk on people at the hotel pool in Austin, Texas.
Anthony Michael Hall got weird in a hotel pool and the video shows him acting aggressive and impolite but now he has apologized.
He was with his wife and his friend Wednesday afternoon at the South Congress Hotel pool and had a movable speaker and a bottle of something.
According to the people, the ’80s movie star was being rude and displeasing from the get-go – blasting his music, disturbing other guests, and blaspheming kids.
He was asked to tone it down but according to the video, Anthony didn’t respond kindly to their request and started yelling, making it clear he didn’t care what they thought about his behavior, and blaming them for being in the wrong.
Anthony Michael Hall apologized of going berserk on people
The incident records show Anthony cursing and splashing water in the direction of the person filming, Rosie O’Donnell. It is said that hotel security was called during the argument, so Anthony ended up leaving the pool area.
Hall’s now issuing a formal apology to the entire staff, his family, and everyone who witnessed the incident. Anthony said: “As a result of a misunderstanding and miscommunication between myself and some hotel guests, the situation needlessly and regrettably escalated.” He added, “I am deeply sorry for my words and actions and ask for forgiveness from anyone who I may have offended.”
Although, Anthony was fronting prison in 2016 for allegedly violating one of his L.A. neighbors. He ended up defending no fight and got three years of punishment instead.
Anthony Michael sentenced to 3 years in prison
Hall and his next-door neighbor in Playa del Rey had an argument in September 2016. Hall pushed the man to the ground, then he fell and broke his wrist and hurt his back as well. Hall’s neighbor got a temporary restrict order against Hall but he didn’t ask a tough sanction, according to the court. The neighbor claimed that he and the actor have had several run-ins in the neighborhood community in the past.
Hall sentenced to 3-5 years of common punishment, which is incredibly light. Also, Hall was also given 40 hours of community service, but without any anger management classes by the court.
It is obvious that Hall has an earlier history of problems at the condo complex, with an arrest in 2011 for allegedly threatening a neighbor.