London's Storyline Changed
Kidnapping, schmidnapping. The wife of troubled actor Jeremy London is pretty much confirming what everybody else already believed -- the former Party of Five star was trying to cop dope when he was supposedly taken at gunpoint and "forced" to smoke drugs. London's wife Melissa Cunningham is raising eyebrows, admitting that the Mallrats actor was indeed looking to "score" that fateful night. Cunningham is coming clean to Radaronline.com saying, "I believe it was a drug deal gone bad." Accordng to Cunningham, she heard her pill-popping husband speaking to the supposed kidnappers about Vicodin. This was before he was supposedly taken on a four-hour drug binge and forced to take cocaine and methamphetamines. Cunningham admits that the duo had taken Ambien before the alleged reign of terror. Cunningham herself is being treated for addiction to Vicodin and Xanax. She tells Radaronline.com, "The day of (the alleged kidnapping) he was on Ambien. I had a prescription for Ambien and we had just got it filled and he had taken a couple of them, so he was high when it happened." London told the po po he had been changing a flat when he was accosted by the group of men. Currently, one man is in jail on charges of kidnapping, robbery, carjacking, vehicle theft and possession of stolen property. Although the man has maintained his innocence, he may now get his walking papers if London's claims falls apart. Cunningham asked to be dropped off early in the evening as soon as she sensed something was about to go down. She tells Radaronline.com, "I did overhear him... he said something about Vicodin. I'm not exactly sure what it was, but that is what got me p*ssed and I asked to be driven home. I thought, 'Get me out of this car, something shady is going to go on', but Jeremy was like, 'Oh, no problem, no problem' and I said no, take me home, right now. I think they wanted me to leave, so they could go party with Jeremy or whatever they had planned." Whether or not there was even a gun is anybody's guess. She says, "I can't answer that question with a clear conscience... because I don't know what went on when I was out of the car." Cunningham says she's now in a better frame of mind to talk about what transpired that night, and she feels now is the opportune time to get her story straight. "Because Jeremy said he was going to go into rehab, get sober and I think that is the best thing for him. I think that I will now do what is right; I am going to have to give them (police) a more clear-headed mind now that I can remember, of course." In other words, she doesn't want to get charged with falsifying a police report alongside her hubby.