Charlie Heaton 'Stranger Things' Star Busted with Coke Denied Entry to US

Charlie Heaton 'Stranger Things' Star Busted with Coke Denied Entry to US

Charlie Heaton 'Stranger Things' Star Busted with Coke Denied Entry to US

Actor Charlie Heaton, who plays Will's protective older brother Jonathan, was detained at LAX and denied entry into the USA after cocaine was found to be in his possession.

A law enforcement official told the Associated Press that a customs canine sniffed Heaton's luggage when he arrived at Los Angeles International Airport last Saturday and a small amount of cocaine was found.

The 23-year-old actor, who is a British citizen, was detained at LAX on Thursday after officers found traces of the drug on him, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Heaton was detained but not arrested.

English actor Charlie Heaton, known for his role in "Stranger Things", was barred from entering the USA after he was found with cocaine at LAX, it was reported.

Heaton has yet to comment publicly about the incident.

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Charlie Heaton - also known as Jonathan Byers from the popular Netflix original series Stranger Things - has gotten himself into just a little bit of trouble.

"A violation, conspiracy to violate or simply an attempt to violate any U.S. State, federal or any foreign government controlled substance violation renders a foreign national inadmissible to the United States".

It was not clear how much time Heaton would be denied entry into the U.S.

According to Deadline, Heaton, who lives in the United Kingdom, was on his way to the States for a Season 2 premiere event for the show.

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