Grownup Swim revealed Tuesday that it has actually cut ties with Justin Roiland, the star and co-creator of the animated funny series “Rick and Morty,” as he deals with felony domestic violence charges.
The cable television channel retweeted a statement from the authorities “Rick and Morty” Twitter account that it means to continue with the program’s seventh season however that it has actually “ended its association with Justin Roiland.”
NBC News initially broke the news that Roiland had actually been charged with felony domestic violence in Orange County, California, in connection to a 2020 event.
Roiland pleaded innocent in 2020 and remained in court for a pre-trial hearing on Jan. 12. In a declaration, among Roiland’s lawyers composed that his customer is innocent and anticipates the case to be dismissed.
” We anticipate clearing Justin’s name and assisting him move on as quickly as possible,” lawyer T. Edward Welbourn composed.
Roiland, 42, was charged with one felony count of domestic battery with corporal injury and one felony count of unlawful imprisonment by hazard, violence, scams and/or deceit.
The criminal problem mentions the event happened on or about Jan. 19, 2020, versus a female, determined as Jane Doe, who was dating Roiland at the time.
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Source: NBC News.