Zachery Ty Bryan, known for his role on the popular sitcom “Home Improvement,” was released from custody in Oregon after a technical violation of his release agreement. This comes after the actor was arrested and taken into custody on Thursday, but it appears that the arrest was not related to a new incident.
Zachery Ty Bryan, known for his role on “Home Improvement,” was released from custody in Oregon after a technical violation of his release agreement. The arrest was not related to a new incident, but rather a failure to charge his ankle monitor. He is focused on exonerating himself at trial.
According to Zachery’s attorney, John J. Kolego, his client was hauled in due to a failure to charge his ankle monitor, which was a technical error. The arrest occurred during a pre-trial court office appearance and did not involve a judge or any allegations of binge drinking, contrary to some media reports.
No New Charges
The charges listed on Zachery’s latest booking sheet were initially alarming, with two counts of 4th-degree felony assault. However, sources connected to the case have clarified that these charges are not related to a new incident. Instead, they stem from Zachery’s previous arrest on assault charges earlier this year, to which he had pled guilty.
Zachery Ty Bryan’s attorney stated that his client is focused on exonerating himself at trial for the July arrest and subsequent case. It is important to note that Zachery had previously entered a plea deal for his first case in 2020, where he faced lesser charges.
Zachery Ty Bryan rose to fame in the ’90s for his role as Brad Taylor on “Home Improvement.” While he hasn’t been as active in the entertainment industry in recent years, he appeared in the Netflix series “The Guardians of Justice” in 2022.