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Link: Judge dismisses battery charge against ‘Trailer Park Boys’ star Michael Smith

From Kate Morawetz of ET Canada:

Judge dismisses battery charge against ‘Trailer Park Boys’ star Michael Smith
A judge has rejected the domestic battery case against “Trailer Park Boys” star Michael Smith.

Known as the loveable, but dim-witted Bubbles on the long running comedy, Smith’s dismissal is a result of insufficient evidence, TMZ reports. Continue reading.

Link: Goodbye J-Roc: Jonathan Torrens Is Leaving ‘Trailer Park Boys’

From Brent Furdyk of ET Canada.com:

Goodbye J-Roc: Jonathan Torrens Is Leaving ‘Trailer Park Boys’
One of Sunnyvale Trailer Park’s most enduring, beloved characters is exiting Trailer Park Boys, with Jonathan Torrens announcing he’ll be leaving the show.

As fans of the series have likely noticed, J-Roc (the white rapper played by Torrens) hasn’t exactly been front and centre during the past season, likely influencing Torrens’ decision to retire J-Roc. Continue reading. 

Link: Lucy DeCoutere resigns from Trailer Park Boys after Mike Smith’s arrest

From Rachel Ward of CBC News:

Lucy DeCoutere resigns from Trailer Park Boys after Mike Smith’s arrest
Trailer Park Boys actress Lucy DeCoutere tweeted Saturday she was resigning from the show, only hours after her colleagues released a statement in support of actor Mike Smith, accused of domestic battery in Hollywood. Continue reading.

Link: Trailer Park Boys actor Mike Smith, who plays Bubbles, arrested in L.A.

From Rachel Ward of CBC News:

Trailer Park Boys actor Mike Smith, who plays Bubbles, arrested in L.A.
Michael Edwin Smith, 43, who plays Bubbles on the Trailer Park Boys was arrested on allegations of misdemeanour domestic battery in Los Angeles early Friday morning.  Continue reading. 

Link: Nova Scotia offers $810,368 for new Trailer Park Boys TV show

From Jacob Boon of TheCoast.ca:

Nova Scotia offers $810,368 for new Trailer Park Boys TV show
Ricky, Julian and Bubbles just made an $800,000 score.

Nova Scotia Business Inc. announced Tuesday that it’s offering $810,368 in production funding for Trailer Park Boys Out of the Park: Europe, the newest television show chronicling the escapades of actors/executive producers Mike Smith, Robb Wells and John Paul Tremblay. Continue reading.