Actor 'Judge' Reinhold released from jail after Love Field arrest

A seemingly humbled 'Judge' Reinhold was released from jail early Friday after being arrested for disorderly conduct at Love Field.

DALLAS - A seemingly humbled 'Judge' Reinhold was released from jail early Friday after being arrested for disorderly conduct at Love Field.

WFAA Photojournalist Mike Forbes snapped this picture of the actor as he left the jail around midnight:

Forbes said he was friendly and apologetic and said he was embarrassed about the whole situation.

Reinhold was arrested Thursday afternoon at Dallas Love Field for disorderly conduct.


Dallas police say they were called to the airport at 1:15 p.m. after Reinhold refused to submit to a screening. 

According to a source at Dallas Love Field, Reinhold became belligerent when chosen for a second TSA screening. The source said he took his shirt off and used explicit language.

Reinhold was charged with disorderly conduct and booked into the Lew Sterrett Justice Center. 

As he was escorted by police into the jail, he talked to media.

"Thanks for the exposure guys," he said. "Glad you're here."

Reinhold is best known for his movie roles in "Fast Times at Ridgemont High," "Beverly Hills Cop," "Ruthless People," "Gremlins" and "The Santa Clause trilogy."

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