Jeremy Renner attacked in Thai nightclub

Jeremy Renner was enjoying an evening out visiting various bars on the island of Phuket, but the night took a bad turn when the actor and his friends visited a local nightclub.



Jeremy Renner was attacked in a bar brawl in Thailand, which resulted in a man being stabbed in the neck.

The Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol star was enjoying an evening out, visiting various bars on the island of Phuket, but the night took a bad turn when the actor and his friends visited a local nightclub.

According to TMZ.com, Jeremy’s pal Vorasit Issara, the general manager of the Siri Panwa Resort, dropped a glass on the floor of the establishment, and that this sparked the brawl.

Six men, who allegedly worked in the nightclub, then attacked Jeremy and his acquaintances, while Vorasit was stabbed in the neck with a rotor axe and knifed in the stomach.

It is not yet known if the 40-year-old actor—who stars alongside Tom Cruise in the action sequel—suffered any injuries in the incident.

It was also claimed that Vorasit had been embroiled in an argument with staff before the fight erupted.

According to local authorities, the six men who instigated the attack have been arrested.

Meanwhile, Jeremy is scheduled to fly to Manila this month to shoot scenes for his next film, The Bourne Legacy.


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