The actor who played Alfalfa in the 1994 movie adaptation of The Little Rascals was arrested in Texas for accusations that he was inhaling dusting spray from the can.
35-year-old Brandon Bug Hall-Barnett is an actor featured in several movies and television series, such as The Little Rascals, Honey We Shrunk Ourselves, Kelly Kelly, Harley and the Davidsons, and many other productions.
On June 20, the authorities were reportedly alerted by a member of Hall’s family and asked to check on the man, who they believed may have overdosed at a hotel in Weatherford, Texas. It was additionally reported that the police received calls about someone that was believed to be “huffing” near the dumpster.
Huffing, which is considered substance abuse, is defined as the act of inhaling chemicals for an intoxicating effect. The very dangerous experience can give a user euphoria and hallucinations after use. It is also reported that huffing can cause sudden death and asphyxiation.
When the police arrived, they reported that they interacted with Hall and purported that he had been using inhalants to get high.
As reported by news outlets, when the authorities looked through Hall’s hotel room they discovered several cans of air duster spray laying around.
The police reportedly discussed the situation with Hall, and they alleged that he disclosed that he had been inhaling the contents of the cans.
Hall was taken into custody, and it was reported that he was cooperative while being detained. He was booked into the Parker County Jail on a $1,500 surety bond for a misdemeanor charge of possession for use to inhale or ingest a volatile chemical.
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