All My Children's Aiden Turner Arrested For Domestic Violence






Former All My Children heartthrob Aiden Turner was arrested on allegations of felony domestic violence. TMZ is reporting Turner and his girlfriend got into an argument at their apartment in Hollywood, where she claims he threw a remote control at her.

 According to the police report, the remote hit Turner's girlfriend in the eye, giving her black eye. Sources tell TMZ, Turner may avoid the felony charges and the case may be filed as a misdemeanor, due to the injuries.
 


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Aiden you rough neck you. For as little as I am I would have taken that remote and shoved it up the furthest part of his ass.

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To be fair, we don't know the whole story. I can recall a time in the past when I threw something out of anger and it accidentally hit someone. Who's to say the same thing didn't happen here? Instead of posting an ignorant comment like the one above, I'm choosing to reserve judgment until more facts come to life.

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Rabbit, the facts are clear. How much clearer do you want them to get. If you threw something and accidentally hit someone then maybe you feel its ok to throw things just cause you are mad. Ive never thrown anything in my life out of anger, nor have I ever hit someone out of anger. Dont throw stuff anymore. You never know who you might hurt. You may want to count to 10 the next time you get mad or sing a happy tune.

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giogio wrote:
Rabbit, the facts are clear. How much clearer do you want them to get.

How about his side of the story.

giogio wrote:
If you threw something and accidentally hit someone then maybe you feel its ok to throw things just cause you are mad. Ive never thrown anything in my life out of anger, nor have I ever hit someone out of anger. Dont throw stuff anymore. You never know who you might hurt. You may want to count to 10 the next time you get mad or sing a happy tune.

Just like you're judging Aiden without all the facts, you're doing the same to me by ASSuming and implying I'm a violent person. You know absolutely nothing about me. So let's drop the condescending, high and mighty attitude. Because you're not better than me. For the record, those incidents from my past happened back in grade school. Probably before I entered 3rd grade. Considering how you made a remark about forcibly sodomizing someone with a remote, maybe I should form my own conclusion about you being a violent person. Hey, I could probably even label you a sex offender.

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rabbit on the moon wrote:
To be fair, we don't know the whole story. I can recall a time in the past when I threw something out of anger and it accidentally hit someone. Who's to say the same thing didn't happen here? Instead of posting an ignorant comment like the one above, I'm choosing to reserve judgment until more facts come to life.

I don't think that there is much benefit of the doubt to be given here. It is not rational to intentionally throw something out of anger directly towards the person you are angry at then say that you accidentally hit them. The only way this could be an accident is if he was pointing forcefully with it and it slipped out his hand. Now that is possible...However, I am totally pass giving people the benefit of the doubt when it comes to domestic violence. The statistics are sobering...

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Divatude58 wrote:
I don't think that there is much benefit of the doubt to be given here. It is not rational to intentionally throw something out of anger directly towards the person you are angry at then say that you accidentally hit them. The only way this could be an accident is if he was pointing forcefully with it and it slipped out his hand. Now that is possible...However, I am totally pass giving people the benefit of the doubt when it comes to domestic violence. The statistics are sobering...

I never said I was giving him the benefit of the doubt. Only that I'm reserving judgment, meaning I'm not taking sides since we have little information. We only got her side of the story. And the details we do have originated from TMZ. The same site which falsely reported that Janet Jackson slapped her niece Paris. Not to mention they reported that the singer Mario assaulted his mom, which also turned out to be false. So I'm sticking to my opinion on the matter.

I'm editing this because I just remembered an incident from high school. I had an English teacher freshmen year who used to yell and throw things in the classroom when students wouldn't be quiet. One time, she threw one of those wooden bathroom passes at the chalkboard and made a hole. I also recall another time she got angry and randomly started throwing textbooks. One of them accidentally hit a student. I hated that woman and in no way am I defending her dangerous actions. But I mentioned it because it's an example of someone throwing an object out of anger and accidentally hitting someone in the process. So it does happen.

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Don't judge too harshly lest you be judged!

I am a non-violent person, but I have been pushed to my limit and slapped a person, so I can see throwing something at someone, in the heat of the moment, without meaning to hurt them. We have NO idea what prompted this.

This will blow over, I'm sure...however...

...Thank you TMZ for bringing EVERY LITTLE THING to light and ruining more than one persons reputation over NOTHING!

I wish we could go back a few years, before all the insta-messaging, when people had to actually be PROVEN guilty of doing something before they were crucified in the press!

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As someone who has met Mr. Turner twice over the years and not at fan events, he has always been a gentleman with a nice sense of humor and very down to earth.

I don't condone violence, but we don't know the entire story. I also feel there is a difference between picking up a tv remote and throwing it in the heat of the moment vs. him running after her and punching her. This does not sound like Chris Brown beating on Rihanna.

Let's not forget that women aren't always the innocent victims. For all we know she could have hit him or thrown something at him and he threw back to end the fight. If a guy fight's back it's called abuse, but he could have been defending himself in a way that didn't involve throwing a punch.

Let's wait to hear more on the story.

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Hopefully it wasn't one of those universal remotes

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I thought Aiden was married? Boy, am I outta the loop!

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He was married to the first wife for his green card, but not for love.

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logan_echolls wrote:
Hopefully it wasn't one of those universal remotes

Laughing out loud The subject is not funny, but that line sure is!