Former teen idol Leif Garrett was reportedly arrested in Los Angeles this week for possession of a controlled substance.
Garrett, who has a history of drug abuse and legal troubles, was busted at 11:20 a.m. on Monday at the Metrolink station in downtown Los Angeles by the L.A. County Sheriff’s Department, according to TMZ.
Garrett was taken into custody and placed behind bars. He was released on Wednesday morning.
Garrett is due back in court on February 24.
The former teen idol was popular in the 1970s as an actor and singer, with hit songs such as “I Was Made For Dancin'” and a cover version of “Runaround Sue.”