Matthew Fox has Fortuna continues on his side: After the civil rights claim was withdrawn, he must now fear no prison penalty for driving under the influence of alcohol - if he confesses to alcohol problems and seeks treatment.
Driving under the influence of alcohol is nothing new in the realm of the stars, because some of the celebrities seem to believe that traffic laws do not apply to them. After Lindsay Lohan, Amanda Bynes, Kiefer Sutherland and Heather Locklear is joined by former "Lost" actor Matthew Fox to the ranks of the poor role models.
After the actor was able to avert a lawsuit because of bodily injury to a woman (Lost: Dropped lawsuit against Matthew Fox), it can also be a prison sentence due to driving to escape under the influence of drugs (Lost: Matthew Fox again in conflict with the law) - for the Traffic court is immaterial whether it is alcohol, prescription and endorse your driving ability is affecting drugs or other intoxicants. Fox has not denied the accusation in court, his attorney made in the absence of the actor corresponding information.
Fox now has to undergo a court-imposed Diversion Program - it will become obvious enlightened individuals confronted with their wrongdoing and are thus practically reduced to the path of virtue (diverted) to be. In the case of Fox, he must seek a court-appointed advisors, who then proposes a program suitable to his case - often attend a certain number of meetings of support groups and road safety education.
Should meet the requirements Matthew Fox within the next twelve months - and, of course not be noticeable again - is the DUI charges dropped.
On the night of 4 May was taken because of the actor drunk driving in Oregon in custody. Later that day, Fox was released. Fox was on his way to a fast food restaurant when he caught the attention of the police, because he had wavy lines and forgot to put the turn signal, he also had no license at all times.