The actor Zachery Ty Bryan, well known for playing Brad Taylor on Tim Allen’s Home Improvement, has apparently been detained for domestic abuse a second time.
‘Home Improvement’, actor’s first legal trouble
In spite of Zachary Ty Bryan’s recent legal issues, Tim Allen is cheering for his “Home Improvement” co-star.
Allen talked openly about Bryan in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter that was released on Thursday. Bryan portrayed Allen’s son Brad Taylor on the family sitcom from 1991 to 1999. Bryan, who was detained in 2020 on suspicion of domestic assault, is additionally charged with stealing money via a purported cryptocurrency scam.
Through a fraudulent plan connected with the agriculture-technology startup Producers Market, who at one point hired Bryan as a consultant, four people who talked to THR believe Bryan took their money. The sums in question ranged from $5,000 to $25,000. By using fictitious contracts, according to Bryan’s accusations, he committed fraud.
‘Home Improvement’, actor’s current legal trouble
According to reports, Zachery Ty Bryan, the actor most known for playing Brad Taylor, the oldest son on Tim Allen’s Home Improvement, has been detained for domestic abuse a second time.
Bryan was taken into custody on Friday by Eugene, Oregon police for felony assault in violation of the Abuse Prevention Act, according to TMZ. Action is taken when someone is accused of attacking someone who has been the target of a prior domestic violence restraining order.
Bryan is most known for his roles in the TV shows Home Improvement from 1991 to 1999, Veronica Mars, Burn Notice, Smallville, and the Knight Rider revival, among other shows. The Kindergarten Teacher, a 2018 film starring Maggie Gyllenhaal, had him as an executive producer.