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I was once a mistaken attempted murder suspect: Colin Farrell

Superstar Colin Farrell has confessed he was once a mistaken suspect in an attempted-murder case.

Colin Farrell, Jimmy Fallon, Actor Colin Farrell, Colin Farrell Movies, Colin Farrell The Tonight Show, Colin Farrell True Confessions, Colin Farrell Murder Case Suspect, Entertainment News  Colin Farrell talked about the terrifying ordeal on “The Tonight Show”, starring Jimmy Fallon, during a game called “True Confessions” (Source: Reuters)

Superstar Colin Farrell has confessed he was once a mistaken suspect in an attempted-murder case.

The 39-year-old actor talked about the terrifying ordeal on “The Tonight Show”, starring Jimmy Fallon, during a game called “True Confessions”, reported People magazine.

“I was supposed to bring my mother to the airport. I was in Sydney, Australia, and I was pulled in by the cops and they showed me a photofit of a pencil sketch of the guy that had attempted to murder this other gentleman, had beat him up and left him in his own apartment and set the apartment on fire and split, thereby leaving the guy to burn to death and it was ‘me.’

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“They said, ‘What do you think about that picture?’ And I went, ‘I, I, I think I’m in trouble’,” he said.

Farrell said at the time he was just a teen who liked to party.

“I was there for about six hours and then, thankfully, a friend of mine had kept a journal, and that particular night and that particular time, we were at a party on the other side of town, doing ecstasy,” he added.

First published on: 21-06-2015 at 01:07:09 pm
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