Elycia Turnbow

February 15, 2011 by Post Team 

Elycia Turnbow, The recalled “child actor Frankie Muniz has been angry in an argument with his girlfriend, who Muniz allegedly pointed a loaded gun to his head and struck his girlfriend. According to reports from TMZ, the girlfriend of actor Elycia Turnbow on Friday filed a complaint last week in Phoenix, Arizona. Turnbow told the police of this city that the protagonist of the series “Malcolm in the Middle”, 25, “took a gun to point at his head, may be tempted to commit suicide.”
Very worried, the girlfriend of the actor called one of the members of his rock band and moved to hospital. Pero Muniz denied the allegations of his girlfriend, saying he went to hospital for treatment suffered a blow on the head.

The same day the incident, the couple began to fight and, according to Turnbow, Frankie Muniz, was struck in the head and threw him against the wall.
TMZ reports that former Malcolm In The Middle star attended hospital following an argument with his partner Elycia Turnbow at home on Friday evening.

According to a police document, Turnbow Muniz alleged that “grabs a gun and held it to his head, perhaps with the intention of committing suicide”, before she called one of his followers, asking them to take the musician in hospital.

After his return home, police were called when Muniz claimed Turnbow struck in the head – which he denied.

Muniz has since issued a statement through his agent, saying: “Frankie and Elycia had an argument a few days ago the police were called to the residence.

“A weapon has not played any role in the argument and was given voluntarily to the police custody. There was no bruising, and neither left the residence. He was not suicidal. It does have not been attacked. ”

The representative added that the couple “moving forward with their lives and their relationship.”

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