Actor who appeared in "Twin Peaks" accused of attacking girlfriend with bat

'Twin Peaks' Actor Arrested Allegedly Beat GF with Bat ... Charged with Attempted Murder

Actor Jeremy Lindholm, who recently appeared in Showtime's revival of Twin Peaks, has been arrested for attempted second degree murder after allegedly beating a woman with a baseball bat. After interviewing the victim and witnesses, police say they determined the incident was domestic violence related.

The actor still had the baseball bat in hand when he was confronted by officers in an alley, and quickly surrendered.

The attack is being described as an "extremely violent assault".

"After watching the video and taking statements into account, Officers felt that the victim's life was in danger, and there was information suggesting the intent of the suspect was to kill the victim", reads the statement. The victim sustained serious but non-life-threatening injuries and was taken by ambulance to a local hospital.

The actor was placed in Spokane County Jail on charges of attempted murder second degree, second-degree assault, and several others, including assault of the victim's friend. CBS affiliate KREM reports 41-year-old Jeremy Lindholm had been fighting with his girlfriend during the day and became enraged when she said she was leaving their home to get Kool Aid for Lindholm, but didn't return before she went to work.

According to TMZ (which first reported the news), Lindholm is being held on $100,000 bond. We really only know him by his work and he's done good work for us'. What offer him a ticket for the event season of Twin Peaks, but two roles in feature films: horror movies Memoir of a Cannibal and Thread This Fantasy (released in the United States on 19 August). Mitchell said their interactions with Lindholm were always "consistently professional". "Our thoughts are with all involved and their families".

"Lindholm appeared as the character Mickey in one episode of the Showtime series "#twin peaks" which aired on June 11. "Don't forget it begins airing at 8pm this Sunday", he wrote.

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