A man who punched Miles Teller in a restaurant restroom in Hawaii earlier this year has been charged in the incident.
TMZ reported that Russell Nielsen was charged with one count of third-degree assault in Maui for "intentionally, knowingly or recklessly caused bodily injury" to the actor.
In May, the "Top Gun: Maverick" star was with his wife, Keleigh Sperry, at Maui's Monkeypod Kitchen when he went to the restroom. Initial reports said the man who assaulted Miles near the urinals was his wedding planner. The reports alleged the "War Dogs" star stiffed the planner out of $60,000 for services performed at Miles' 2019 wedding in Maui, hence the reason for the skirmish. However, a day later, Miles tweeted that he was jumped by two guys in the bathroom and he had "never met them before in my life."
Keleigh also claimed that assailants were unknown to Miles and denied that the assault occurred because of unpaid debts.
"Miles was jumped by 2 men we have never met after they trapped him in a bathroom," she said. "It seems these same men have done this to many people and we appreciate your support Maui. This is now a criminal investigation."
Only one man has been charged, despite the Hollywood duo implicating two men.
TMZ also claims that Miles does have a connection to Russell, as the man is apparently the husband of Miles' wedding planner.
The case is set to go to court.