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Actor Scott Evans arrested in Los Angeles

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Sudbury-bred actor Scott Evans, brother of “Captain America” star Chris Evans, was arrested in Los Angeles on Tuesday night after he allegedly tried to buy drugs from an undercover cop, according to TMZ. No word on what he was trying to buy. TMZ says the former soap star joked on his Facebook page about the arrest by saying, of his move to LA, “At least I made it a year before getting arrested.” Scott Evans had a role on “One Life to Live” from 2008 to 2010. According to the Internet Movie Database, he’s filming a movie right now with Selena Gomez, Dylan McDermott, and Elisabeth Shue.

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