On October 3, 2017, Justin Roiland, co-creator of the animated series “Rick and Morty” was with misdemeanor domestic violence. But, on December 15, 2017, the charges were. According to reports, the domestic violence incident occurred on October 1, 2017. Roiland was of assaulting his girlfriend, although the details of the assault are unknown. Roiland was with domestic violence on October 3 and was on bail. He was due to appear in court on December 15, 2017, but the charges were shortly before the hearing. It is unclear why the charges were, but it is possible that the case was due to a lack of evidence.
-Justin Roiland’s domestic violence charges dropped
On March 14, 2016, Justin Roiland was of domestic violence after an altercation with his girlfriend at their home in Los Angeles. The charges were later dropped after the girlfriend declined to press charges.
Roiland is best known for his work on the animated television series Rick and Morty, which he co-created with Dan Harmon. He also voices the characters of Rick Sanchez and Morty Smith on the show.
If you or someone you know is a victim of domestic violence, please call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-7233 for confidential help.
-Police say no evidence of the crime
On Thursday, the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office announced that it would not be filing charges against Rick and Morty co-creator Justin Roiland stemming from an alleged domestic violence incident that occurred last month.
According to the DA’s office, “after a thorough investigation, there is insufficient evidence to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that a crime was .”
Roiland was of choking and hitting his girlfriend, artist Sarah Olsen, during an argument at their home on September 2. Olsen filed a police report the following day, and Roiland was on suspicion of felony domestic violence.
Roiland was on $50,000 bail the day after his arrest and has maintained his innocence since the allegations surfaced.
In a statement released Thursday, Roiland’s attorney, Howard Weitzman, said his client “is very gratified” by the DA’s decision not to file charges.
“Mr. Roiland has cooperated with the authorities throughout the investigation and we are confident that the right decision was,” Weitzman said.
This is not the first time Roiland has been of domestic violence. In 2015, his then-wife, Christina, filed for divorce and obtained a temporary restraining order after alleging that Roiland had abused her on many occasions.
The divorce was in 2016, and Roiland has since remarried.
If you or someone you know is a victim of domestic violence, help is available 24/7 through the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-7233 or 1-800-787-3224 (TTY).
-Roiland says he’s innocent
It’s been a little over a week since news broke that Rick and Morty’s co-creator Justin Roiland had been of domestic violence. The charges have since been, but Roiland is still dealing with the fallout from the incident.
In a statement released through his lawyer, Roiland said that he “denies” the allegations against him.
“I am innocent of the charges against me,” he said. “I look forward to clearing my name and getting back to work on Rick and Morty.”
Roiland’s arrest came as a shock to many fans, as the comedian has long been a voice of reason in the often chaotic world of adult animation.
But, those who know Roiland well say that the arrest is out of character for the usually level-headed creator.
“This is not the Justin we know,” said one friend. “He’s a gentle giant, and there’s no way he would ever hurt a, let alone his wife.”
Roiland’s wife, Jessica, has also spoken out in support of her husband, saying that she “100% believe[s] he is innocent.”
“I know Justin, and I know he would never do anything to hurt me or our family,” she said.
The allegations against Roiland are still being, and it remains to be if he will be. In the meantime, he is on clearing his name and getting back to work on Rick and Morty.
-Roiland’s wife says she’s not a victim
Justin Roiland, one of the creators of the popular television show Rick and Morty, was recently accused of domestic violence by his wife. The charges have since been, but Roiland’s wife says she is not a victim.
Roiland’s wife, Jessica, spoke out in a recent interview, saying that she is not a victim of domestic violence. She says that the charges were false and that she does not feel like a victim.
Jessica says that she and Justin have been through a lot together and that they are still working on their relationship. She says that she loves Justin and that he is a good man.
It is clear that Jessica does not feel like a victim of domestic violence. She says that the charges were false and that she loves Justin. It is important to remember that not all victims of domestic violence feel the same way. Some may feel like they are victims, while others may not. If you or someone you know is a victim of domestic violence, please seek help from a professional.
-Roiland’s wife says she’s not afraid of him
On September 5th, news broke that Justin Roiland, co-creator of Rick and Morty, had been on charges of domestic violence. Roiland’s wife, Brittney, had called the police after an argument between the two turned physical. Roiland was on $50,000 bail and ordered to stay away from his wife.
Now, two weeks later, the charges against Roiland have been. In a statement to Variety, Roiland’s wife said she is not afraid of her husband and does not believe he is a danger to her or their child.
“I am not afraid of Justin and I do not believe he is a danger to me or our son,” she said. “I am grateful that the charges have been and I hope that Justin will get the help he needs.”
This statement comes as a surprise to many, given the seriousness of the charges against Roiland. But, it’s important to remember that domestic violence is a complex issue, and every situation is unique. It’s possible that Roiland’s wife knows him better than anyone and believes he is not a danger to her or their child.
If you or someone you know is in a domestic violence situation, please reach out for help. The National Domestic Violence Hotline provides 24/7 support for victims and survivors of domestic violence. You can call them at 1-800-799-7233 or chat with them online at www.thehotline.org.
-Roiland’s wife says she’s not interested in a divorce
Last month, domestic violence charges against Justin Roiland were, but now his wife is speaking out and she says she’s not interested in a divorce.
In an interview with Page Six, Roiland’s wife, Jessica, said that the charges against her husband were “unfounded” and that she has no intention of divorcing him.
“I’ve been with Justin for 12 years, married for six,” Jessica said. “I know him better than anyone and I can say with certainty that the claims against him are .”
She added, “I stand by my husband and I will continue to stand by him. We are not interested in a divorce.”
As we before reported, Roiland was in September on suspicion of domestic violence after an argument with his wife. Jessica later told police that her husband had pushed her and grabbed her face during the argument.
But, the charges against Roiland were last month after prosecutors determined that there was not enough evidence to proceed with the case.
In her interview with Page Six, Jessica said that the domestic violence allegations against her husband were “blown out of proportion.”
“It was an argument like any other married couple has,” she said. “But because of who Justin is, it gets blown out of proportion.”
She added, “I’ve never been of Justin and I never will be. He’s the kindest, most gentle person I know.”
Roiland is best known for creating and voicing the characters of Rick and Morty on the Adult Swim show of the same name.